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    Kelly Smyth’s Scrumptious Designs

    Kelly Smyth, from New Designers Part 1 2013 and recent graduate of BA Interior Design, has created a collection of designs that include tea towels, aprons and storage boxes.

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    Kristjana S Williams Studio

    The beautiful work of Icelandic born Kristjana S Williams has previously featured as large scale mural displays at the V&A for the London Design Festival

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    Follow the Thread at Dovecot

    Dovecot Studios in Edinburgh will be holding a trio of textile shows this summer, under the title of ‘Follow The Thread’

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    New Designers 2013 announces Part 1 Award winners

    On the 26 June 2013, New Designers, which brings together over 3,000 of the UK’s best emerging designers across Part 1 and Part 2, opened its doors to 1,867 visitors, a record number in the in the show’s 28 year history.

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    Every Stone by Top Floor

    The latest rug to come from London-based carpet company Top Floor is this study of surface design entitled Every Stone.

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    New Designers 2013: COVER’S Choice

    COVER magazine is a media partner of New Designers 2013 (Part 1). Check our blog this weekend for three features on our choices for the exhibition’s top designers: Daniel Beckford, Judith Watson and Penny Allen.

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    Fabric meat carcasses by Tamara Kostianovsky

    Presented as part of the exhibition ‘Nourritures Premiers’ during Maison et Objet 2013, Tamara Kostianovsky’s new installation, Actus Reus reduces the crudeness of slaughtered livestock to plush cuts of meat.

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    Fabrica & Tai Ping: From the Floor up

    In an inspired union of East and West, Tai Ping carpets has teamed up with the leading manufacturer of custom handmade carpets, Fabrica, to create nine unique objects, presented this week at the Designer’s Days fair in Paris.

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    Rainbow Room installation by Pierre le Riche

    The Rainbow Room installation by Cape Town-based designer Pierre le Riche expresses a critical view of Afrikaner masculine attitude to homosexuality in post-Apartheid South Africa

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