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Turning Japanese

Turning Japanese 

Italian architect Gianfranco Frattini’s noted Kyoto table was designed in 1974, following a trip when he was inspired by the city’s local woodworking techniques. Their attention to intricate joints would form the basis for his own design. Firm Poltrona Frau has reissued the table in a light, solid beech wood, highlighted with Canaletto walnut inserts. 


As its workload recovers from lockdowns, nimtim continues to put community involvement, remuneration and diversity high on its busy agenda.

From board games to diversity, listening is key

Oscar Acoustics' easy to install isolating ceiling system reduces transmission of vibrations and sound pressure waves from one apartment to another

Oscar Acoustics' ceiling system cuts sound transmission

New recyclable products with enhanced acoustics give specifiers maximum design flexibility

New Zentia recyclable tile range offers enhanced acoustics

Bell Phillips is doing its bit for the housing crisis, providing 77 new homes on three infill projects in east London

Bell Phillips on what informs its infill projects

RIBA’s Alan Vallance vows to ‘tear down barriers’ in architecture in the wake of controversial CRED report. Plus ransomware strikes Arup staff, two Antepavilion winners announced, and a six-strong shortlist for NT Sainsbury Wing refurb includes three Stirling Prize winners

Alan Vallance vows to ‘tear down barriers’