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.
Tuesday 21st May Cream Teas, 15.00 – 16.00 Talk – Katie Treggiden: Right to repair (panel discussion hosted by vintage lighting experts, skinflint) Time: 16.30 RSVP – email email@example.com Wednesday […]16.05.19
To celebrate their tenth birthday, MARK Product have invited 10 designers to make their MARK on 10 of their Loops chairs, to be displayed as part of an interactive exhibition […]08.04.19
01/04/2019 London, UK FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MARK Product today announced the launch of a new version of its Loops chair, HF1. Referencing a year-long collaboration with the fictional ‘University of […]01.04.19
01/04/2019 London, UK FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Having been at the forefront of design for wellbeing for many years, MARK Product today are proud to launch HF1, the result of a […]01.04.19
This season both MARK Product and Clerkenwell Design Week share their 10th birthdays. To celebrate we are inviting 10 designers to make their MARK on 10 of our Loops chairs, which will be […]20.03.19