Friday, 20 March 2015

Spring in my step Part 3

It's Friday again - how did that happen?  

I didn't realise how much I'd covered at Surface (please pardon the pun) - what an amazing array of surfaces.

Upstairs in the galleries was a little enclave of surfaces to watch out for. And this is where Peagreen were hiding:

Peagreen are a Winchester-based surface design studio

ALPI showcased their 'ALPIlignum' range of reconstituted wood which is 'peeled off'"controlled-origin species logs", dyed by immersion in non-toxic dyes and then "reconstituted" by overlapping the dyed sheets to form a new log.

I was stopped in my tracks by Jack Trench Bespoke Kitchens. 
The beauty is definitely in the detail..
Pleasingly clean lines, most successfully utilising the warmth of wood detailing,aligned with more contemporary surfaces.

What's not to love?

Playdec had a healthy buzz around its stand, with it's fabulous textural wall coverings on show.

Here are a few more photographs of textures I liked:

On the left is glass lit from behind. The glass has a grid pattern which allows for a contemporary presentation.

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