Every Monday we share things that inspire us in the studio, whether it be something to watch, read, listen to or places to visit...
We're serving some exciting topics for MONCmondays for 2022 and where better to start than the East London based food studio and restaurant, Plates.
Today is our last MONCmondays of 2021, so what better to close it out than reflecting over the team's favourite MONCmondays of the year.
Margent Farm is a hemp farm located in Cambridgeshire and acts as a protection zone and natural habitat for wildlife. They are committed to nurturing the topsoil, air and water by practicing organic and regenerative farming methods.
Ask any top chef around the world, what their knives mean to them and you'll learn a lot. Blade-smith Tim Westley creates some of the most fine detailed, razor sharp knives that you can find.
Instrmnt Applied Design ( I- AD) is a Glasgow based multi-disciplinary design studio who specialise and focus on creating industrial goods.
Shutterstock have released their yearly 'Colour Trends' for 2022 and is filled with minimal, nostalgic and tranquil shades and tones.
Paul Stamets TED talk in 2008 titled '6 ways mushrooms can save the world' is still as relevant and inspiring today as it originally was back in 2008. In the talk, Paul touches on how all the different types of fungi and the mycelium network can be used to help solve some of Earth's natural problems.
We are living in the age of waste. Is design the answer to leaving our throwaway culture behind? These are some of the questions that are currently in need of answers and is what the design museums latest exhibition is exploring.
The sustainable startup brand Notpla are using seaweed and plants to create biodegradable and edible packaging.
Swiss based design brand, Hot Wire Extensions are on the forefront of material exploration and experimental engineering.
This week, we're taking a look at some brands and their retail stores which incorporate elements of sustainability and eco design and also acted as great inspiration for our store design.
We've been looking at Materia Madura who offer an alternative to agricultural waste and recycling with a non-toxic, sustainable, locally sourced, and biodegradable material, which are then used to create a variety of products.