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Sustainability Unravelled – Science-based Targets: What Do They Mean

August 15, 2022

When it comes to climate change, it is essential that we balance pledges with proven progress. The saying goes that you cannot manage what you cannot measure, but at times the way we measure things such as greenhouse gas reductions, and the language we use to describe them, can seem complex and full of jargon…

Regenerative Design: how do you design in times of uncertainty?

August 5, 2022

Regenerative design represents a proactive approach to reversing climate change. It’s about protecting biodiversity, innovating with nature and empowering communities to act and, in turn, make a real difference. It’s also a shift away from seeing sustainability as ‘less harm’ and focussing on actively attempting to repair our planet so that future generations can not…

Sustainability Unravelled – The Circular Economy: An End to Take-Make-Waste

August 5, 2022

For years, the world’s industries have been dominated by a linear, degenerative and destructive economy. We took the Earth’s materials, made them into things we needed or wanted, used them for a while, and then threw them away – the relationship between resources and products existing in a one-way flow of traffic, designed to extract…

Creating Sustainable Interiors: turning commitment into action

August 2, 2022

Last year’s COP26 saw an encouraging number of companies from the built environment sector committing to a reduction in carbon emissions – but what does this mean for architects and designers in their everyday lives? How can they specify spaces that prioritise sustainability?  As part of Interface’s programme of events at this year’s Clerkenwell Design…

Transforming Kingsley Napley’s New Shoreditch Office Space

July 25, 2022

Kingsley Napley is a law firm committed to challenging legal workplace traditions. Moving to a new office space towards the end of 2021 was an opportunity for the company to have a headquarters that reflects its mission. It opted for an unconventional new home for a legal practice, relocating to a 58,000 sq ft space…

Dopamine Dressing at Saturday Indesign, Sydney

July 6, 2022

Saturday Indesign is home to the best of Australia’s design scene. This year’s event in Sydney was a perfect opportunity for the city’s creative scene, including our Australian design team, to come together to enjoy a collection of workshops, installations and product launches in key design showroom locations across four design precincts.  We’ve brought together…

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Oliver Heath

Oliver Heath

As a leading figure in biophilic design, Oliver is working with global modular flooring manufacturer Interface to raise the awareness of the benefits of design inspired by nature. A prominent thinker in the architecture industry and owner of Heath Design Ltd, Oliver is also a writer and TV presenter.

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