Look Both Ways provides flexibility in design without the environmental footprint, as the carpet tile is made with recycled nylon. And, like all Interface products, the Look Both Ways collection is carbon neutral.
designed and delivered by Squire & Partners, with landscape by Gensler, as part of a team of high profile built environment professionals working collaboratively to support the Build The Ark appeal.
the city’s largest infrastructure project in 400 years
By Sophia Luu, Founder of ‘on the mend’
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg chastised world leaders
Fridays For Future in Vienna has a new anthem in English for the Fridays For Future movement.
“Historic maps show a bridge existed on this site in the 1800s and linked the centre of Copenhagen to its defensive ramparts, some of which still exist,” explains Simon Roberts, Associate Director of international architecture practice WilkinsonEyre.
Open now until 9 February 2020 the Design Museum, London
New York’s historic Essex Street Market recently moved from its original location into a modern space, urban farms on the city’s rooftops are closer aligned with society’s increased food consciousness than many fresh produce markets.