A practical course is offered by Scottish Furniture Making Association(SFMA), starting from 2nd july 2012, in furniture making.
Monthly Archives: May 2012
Timbor Home Ltd, the only fully integrated furniture making company in India is all set to launch 30 high-end iki kitchen stores across all major cities in India with a funding of six crore rupees, this current financial year, from the Small Industries Development Bank of India. The iki kitchen stores will be positioned towards the premium upper end of the young Indian consumers unlike the company’s 100 plus “ Tumler Cucine” stores targeted at the price conscious customers.
The head of The Furniture Ombudsman joins The Furniture Makers corporate committee The Furniture Makers Company which is the British furnishing industry’s central organisation, charity and patron, has welcomed Freeman and Head of The Furniture OmbudsmThe head of The Furniture Ombudsman joins The Furniture Makers corporate committee The Furniture Makers Company which is the British furnishing industry’s central organisation, charity and patron, has welcomed Freeman and Head of The Furniture Ombudsman, Kevin Grix as a member of its corporate committee.an, Kevin Grix as a member of its corporate committee.
DESIGN FUTURES installation which reveals how designers will be seeing colour in 2013 and beyond will be unveiled in the upcoming DECORATION + DESIGN, Melbourne Exhibition Centre from 19-22 July 2012.
IKEA Foundation has been working with partners to tackle child labour in India. Now a €7.5 million ($10 million) grant to Save the Children will help expand the project to protect 3.55 million children in India.
40 young designers from eleven countries have been selected for the ‘Talents’ special show at Tendence 2012 (August 24-28) – 21 of them will exhibit their creative ideas for tableware and furniture design in Hall 11.0. “Year in, year out, I am delighted by the wealth of ideas and creativity demonstrated by the young designers.
The Royal Institute of British Architects’ (RIBA) Future Trends Survey for April 2012 has revealed that architecture practices are continuing to stay positive about their future workload. The RIBA Future Trends Workload Index for April 2012 stands at +9, a slight drop from +11 in March.