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.
The Coronavirus has presented businesses with unprecedented challenges. Businesses now have to consider the short and long term impact on office design. We are designing for changing times. MARK are […]
MARK co-founder and furniture designer John Miller is hosting a series of insightful talks on subject matters close to our heart over the coming weeks. Designed to share our knowledge […]
On Monday 4th May MARK are making again. With care and attention for all our team and our wider community production will commence under strict Health and Safety guidance. We […]
All our furniture manufacturing activities will cease today. Although manufacturers have not specifically been instructed to close, we cannot make furniture without people working together. So we have taken this […]
In light of the recent Covid-19 outbreak, we have spoken with our panelists and collectively decided to postpone our event, ‘Designing for every human’. The event will now take place on 22nd […]
We’ve created a virtual toolkit to help maintain ‘business as usual’ as best we can. We’ve lined up a digital lunch and learn along with webinar delivery of our new […]