Stephanie Phelan is a UK based interior designer experienced in luxury hospitality and residential projects across London and Europe. She believes that interior design is about creating experiences, unique moments and memories, through effective use of space, considered design details and layered materiality, all underpinned by a respect for the environment around us. Her desire to bring an environmental awareness into interior design was the driving force behind Beyond Matter: an online platform for sustainable and environmentally friendly interior design, including finishes, materials, furniture, lighting and interior project inspiration. Through... Read More
Hillcross Furniture | Blog
Keeping your venue in good nick can be a challenge. Furniture is subjected to a lot of use and with that comes wear and tear, and without even noticing it, your furniture is looking old and dated. Fabric and leathers can become stained, torn and even crack, looking unclean, untidy and uninviting.
We were thrilled to Supply the CH88P chair from Carl Hansen to the award winning STAC architecture for the new Nandos Restaurant in Croydon Colonnades, a stunning space that includes both loose and fixed seating from Hill Cross Furniture.
Hill Cross Furniture were chosen by Form Creative (thanks to our existing relationship) to supply the furniture for ‘The Watering Hole’, the official food outlet at PUB20 – The only dedicated show for the UK Pub industry. This was the 16th year for the event and The Watering hole was the hub for both visitors and exhibitors to meet, discuss products and services, and taking in the surroundings of the sustainably designed space.
Hill Cross Furniture were one of the 128,000 visitors, from 145 different countries, at IMM Cologne, a week long international furnishing fair located in the heart of Germany. Compared to Salone del Mobile Milano, which has over 370,000 professional visitors, IMM was fairly quiet. The feel when visiting the fair is that it’s very business orientated and offers deal making opportunities as the products exhibited are ready available. To compare this to Milan stands are often full of prototypes that are not available for a readily. Being right at the... Read More