Furniture and interiors
Comfort zone Designed to provide comfortable reception seating, the hm66 armchair and sofa range from Hitch Mylius is upholstered in high-density CMHR foams with a fibre wrap. Frames are made from beech and the steel underframe is finished in matt silver epc. Seats are available in a leather finish and in a range of colours.
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Bespoke range engineered to last The Coco Armchair, manufactured by British furniture company Succession, can be customised to order in a range of fabrics and colours. Coco has a solid beech frame, is coil sprung by hand and filled with rubberised horse-hair to maintain the chair's form over many years. Each piece in Succession's range of storage units, lights and furniture is hand-made and uses high quality materials.
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Sliding system can carry the load For the installation of moveable partitions, Hillaldam Coburn's sliding-door gear provides an alternative to 'strap-hanger' systems. The new Glassmaster 100 system allows doors weighing up to 100kg to be suspended from stainless-steel fittings, which come with gaskets to suit 10 or 12mm-thick toughened glass. Easy to install, Glassmaster 100 kits come in track lengths of 2,100mm and 2,500mm.
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Engraving process lets tiles steal the show Engraving specialist Individual Design is launching a new specialist tile decoration service in the UK. Photo-realistic images and patterns can now be embedded into the glaze of tiles and organic surfaces, using a computer-controlled laser-engraving machine from the US. The designs are permanent, completely scratch-proof and light, water, chemical and wear-resistant. Tiles come in sizes ranging from 4.25-inch square for internal walls, to 8-inch square multi-purpose tiles for interior and exterior use. The laser system can also be used on stone, glass and wood surfaces and optional extras include antislip coatings.
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Bespoke solution to high-rise storage Multi-Storey is a funky interpretation of a classic bookcase from Saxon. Hand-built to order, each segment is constructed to the specific dimensions of whatever is to be stored or displayed.
Limitations of space and structural problems, such as uneven walls or sloping ceilings, are addressed pre-assembly so that any irregularities are incorporated into the initial design for a balanced, fluid series of framed spaces.
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Car technology comes to the coffee table The low-slung coffee table from Pad Living comes in a selection of graduated colourways finished with bright steel legs and fittings. Options include the vibrant green Cafe Royale and the more muted hues of Tequila Sunrise. Pad Living is ex-automotive design duo Steve Newbury and Gregory Webster, who have also designed a range of complementary lamps for domestic, commercial and retail environments.
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Mix and match tables are in the frame The Clip table from Wiesner Hager can be used in any interior application and comes with square, rectangular, semicircular and trapezoid-shaped tops. The four-legged frame and variety of top sizes make individual configurations possible, and finishes include laminate, beechwood and maple. The Clip table combines with all types of Wiesner Hager seating and is available with round or pointed frame profiles.
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