News & Events: September 2014

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    Alfredo Häberli for Kvadrat

    Recently awarded the Swiss Grand Prix of Design 2014 for his outstanding contribution to Swiss design, Alfredo Häberli is a Swiss Argentinian product designer, based in Zürich, Switzerland.

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    The T-Shirt Issue, London

    The T-Shirt Issue are a Berlin-based design collective who have been in residence in the Victoria & Albert Museum for the last six months as part of a German design residency

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    Fluid Forms by Faig Ahmed

    Azerbaijani artist Faig Ahmed is exhibiting his new body of work created during his residency with Dubai’s Cuadro Gallery earlier this year

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    Red Thread Collection

    Staffan Tollgård has just launched the Red Thread Collection, his first carpet designs have been produced in collaboration with German design house, JAB Anstoetz.

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    New Fabrics at Soane Britain

    Soane Britain has a new Moroccan inspired fabric collection for Autumn 2014 that would look equally at home on a fireside armchair as within a North African riad.

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    Grosvenor Wilton launch Diversity Collection

    Grosvenor Wilton combines retro designs and contemporary colour for the new Diversity Collection, the first retail carpet collection now at a number of showrooms throughout London and the UK.

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    Quirky B at Alternative Flooring

    As the name suggests, Alternative Flooring is not your average carpet brand. They are determined to stand out, and their stated aim is to be ‘a beacon of creativity’


    Jonathan Saunders for The Rug Company

    This September The Rug Company unveils a collection of four new rugs from British fashion maverick Jonathan Saunders at the London Design Festival (13 – 21 September 2014)

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