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
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.
We’re familiar with the scary statistics on global warming, endangered species and have heard or seen people such as David Attenborough and Greta Thunberg raising awareness. The UK alone produces over 100 million tonnes of waste annually and this is increasing by around three per cent each year. The food industry accounts for almost 3.5 million tonnes of waste – scary. Hospitality is a major cause for concern on the food waste front with the industry responsible for over 500,000 tonnes (nearly a billion plates) every single year; hotels produce... Read More
The SRA (Sustainable Restaurant Association) is a community of food-service businesses, suppliers and discerning diners working together to create a sustainable food-service industry for people and planet. Hill Cross Furniture are proud to partner with this amazing organisation and are listed as the only sustainable contract furniture supplier in the trusted suppliers list.
As part of our continued commitment to becoming more sustainable, and as part of our corporate social responsibility we are always looking at ways to help communities and find new use for products that have reached the end of use in their current venues, rather than sending them to scrap.