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 by design journalist Katie Treggiden, the panel will comprise designer and circular economy champion Ella Doran; co-founder of Plastic Free Penzance (the UK’s first ‘plastic free’ town) and student of Politics, Philosophy and Economics at the University of Oxford, Oliver Nixon; founder and director of materials research design studio Ma-tt-er, Seetal Solanki; and John Miller – co-founder of MARK.
MARK Product | Hart Miller Design are looking to recruit an Events and Communications Manager to join their team. This is a London based role working out of our Clerkenwell […]02.11.18
Our life drawing club has been running since early Spring this year and we continue again this Autumn with a new programme. We provide Model, Materials, Music, Refreshment, Tutor. You […]31.10.18
This autumn we’re celebrating our 10th anniversary at MARK with a series of events and activities. MARK family meals will be hosted in the showroom where delicious Cornish food and drink […]17.10.18
Fancy joining us for a ‘Stitch and Bitch’ ?! As part of our ‘MARK making’ series we’re hosting sewing workshops by soft furnishings master Maggi Loughran of the School of […]15.10.18
Surfing both the ‘agile’ and ‘wellness’ waves at the same time, MARK Product’s new Studioscape range, designed by Hart and Miller, is a bold concept that combines seating, planting and […]16.07.18
A new product with a story In 2012, Nina Tolstrup of Studiomama, developed a series of furniture utilising wasted and discarded chairs found in the streets. The chairs were stripped down […]01.07.18