Posted 18th January

Surface Design Show to host ‘One of a Kind’ installation

By KBBDaily on 18th January 2019 - 15:34pm
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Surface Design Show 2019 – taking place on the 5th-7th February at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London – will be holding its trend-focused installation Surface Spotlight Live with a curated range of products with the theme ‘One of a Kind’.

The installation will be curated by trend expert Sally Angharad and colour forecaster Colour Hive. The products on display will “go beyond aesthetics to promote meaningful experiences”, according to the organiser.

Products on display in the installation will include Poppy Pippin’s range of terracotta ‘Moss Tiles’, pictured left, which are designed to encourage moss growth and can help absorb carbon dioxide to enhance air quality.

Exhibitor PHEE will be showcasing items it makes by recycling washed up sea grass, including furniture, while Made in Air will be showing its sustainable alternative material, pictured right, that is created by baking waste biomass – atmospheric carbon – into a solid char, where the CO2 is converted into carbon.


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