In our blogs we have been looking at the theme of occupant comfort. We have options to control the indoor environment to help make them safe, productive and comfortable. Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) refers to the conditions inside a building which usually includes indoor air quality, lighting conditions, thermal comfort, acoustic comfort.
An increasing number of developers, interior architects and designers are looking for products certified for good indoor air quality when selecting materials and finishes for projects
Paris-based Label Experience is a brand and space design agency that over the past eight years has built itself a strong reputation for designing shops, offices, coworking spaces, restaurants and third-party spaces.
Lighting design, colour and material choice combine to create stimulating, visually comfortable and inclusive environments. Any flooring specification should however consider how all of these elements can work together successfully.
Shaw Contract’s ComfortWorx™, Winner of the international category at the 2022 GreenStep Award event hosted by Floor Covering Weekly!
Striking the right balance by considering the journey through a space and using colours and patterns to support that can be a key factor in successful flooring designs.
Following a key theme in 2021, according to trend forecasting company WGSN in 2022 while prioritising a sense of tranquillity and wellbeing, colour will imbue interior spaces with muted sophistication.
Material Health is a key area of focus as one of Shaw Contract’s four Points of Ambition in its People Together, Planet Forever approach.
Shaw Contract is pleased to introduce Living Systems, a new Cradle to Cradle Certified™ collection of 25 x 100 cm carpet tiles that represents a holistic design approach.
In today’s interior spaces we look for this sense of gradual change and shift. As we move between functions and activities in the workspace, we desire a sense of synergy and cohesion.