We’ve had the pleasure of engaging with Falmouth University Spatial Design degree students this terms. Looking at creating space within a space for workplace environments MARK directors John Miller and Anna Hart set a brief to develop a furniture solution to respond to a very modern workplace issue. Fresh ideas developed by students fuelled many discussions as to how will the workplace and associated furniture settings manifest themselves in the future?
As generation Z enters the workplace, the design of the workplace and furniture will need to support employees with settings that go beyond a traditional workstation. Coupled with a growing awareness in terms of health and productivity that suggests a strong case as to why we shouldn’t be sitting all day the workplace of the future should reflect a very different language and landscape to that which generation X and Y are familiar with today.
Be the first to see MARK’s innovative new collection StudioSCAPE. Our new collaboration with office plants experts Oasis Interior Landscaping will transform the showroom into a lush green space with […]15.05.18
A panel event exploring the evolving relationship between plastic and the design industry – will it be gradually phased out or does it have an important role to play? Chaired […]15.05.18
MARK and leading Cornish branding agency Nixon Design, are delighted to announce that Sir Tim Smit, founder of the Eden Project, will kick start our programme of events during Clerkenwell […]02.05.18
MARK are delighted to be hosting a selection of exciting events over three days at this years Clerkenwell Design Week running 22nd, 23rd and 24th of May. MARK will be […]13.04.18
In the first of our Showroom Talks, Studiomama’s Nina Tolstrup and Jack Mama will be telling the story of Loops, our new product range that began life in their studio […]22.02.18
Do you have the passion and drive to become a key part of our team, if so we’d love to hear from you. We’re currently looking to recruit an outgoing […]15.02.18