As part of our Clerkenwell Design Week highlights feature we look at some of the brands that were on showcase during the London event. Today we bring you British furniture brand, Nomique.
Established in 2002, Nomique is a supplier of seating products within the contract market. As a British manufacturer, all their products are manufactured in the UK using traditional techniques and the latest technology.
The Coco collection of benches, sofas and armchairs was on display at the Farmiloe Building at Clerkenwell Design Week. The new collection creates a striking combination of contemporary and retro style on a beech frame, which Adelto loves.
The Coco range has been designed with sustainability in mind, using environmentally friendly recycled OSB carcase, recyclable and recycled foam from 100 per cent FSC controlled sources.
London-based architectural practice, Trevor Horne Architects , has designed the Whitmore project. Completed in 2013, the residential building is located in London, England and houses various bespoke interior designed apartments.
Nestled in the aquatic setting of the Maldives, one of the world’s most celebrated tropical havens, the new two bedroom pool residence at Naladhu, Maldives offers a luxury lifestyle to those who appreciate privacy, sophistication and charm of times past.