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.
Download your copy of our new Studioscape brochure here: Our new brochure shares with you the full potential of this modular upholstery range. Our Studioscape range is uniquely offered in two […]
The second in our Table Talk series looks at Laminates & Veneers. If you have any questions do let us know – we really happy to extend the discussion. You […]
During lockdown this year MARK co-founder John Miller hosted a series of informal talks from his kitchen table on a range of subjects from design and sustainability, through to materials […]
As we enter our second lockdown we’re here to help clients, existing and new, look forward. As British manufacturers our production remains unaffected with our factories continuing to operate in […]
MARK have added a range of simple yet versatile coffee, meeting and dining tables to their range. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use Disc tables are available as coffee and […]
What’s the one thing you’d like to get done today? Finding time and a place to do our best work is critical to productivity and in turn job satisfaction. Within […]