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March/April 2022

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Above Trilux uses LED lighting to provide innovative and individual lighting solutions

REPORTER 011 Reporter London Design Week returns to the Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour for its next edition 012 The Business News and pictures from the design sector 016 Top Ten The best new products to market 018 Diary Pick of the events coming up over the next few months 020 One to Watch Architecture and interior design practice Mailen Design 022 Profile Weavings, tapestries, sculptures and monumental textile installation artist, Sheila Hicks PROJECTS 026 Dorset Museum Project, Dorchester The Dorset Museum in Dorchester presents a fine showcase for the region, as well as its outstanding collections

032 Lord’s Cricket Ground, London WilkinsonEyre’s new Compton and Edrich stands at Lord’s Cricket Ground raise the bar for cricket viewing and hospitality 036 St Christopher’s Hospice, Sydenham MillsPower’s new education hub for St Christopher’s Hospice highlights the value of listening and learning in palliative care FEATURES 040 Brief Encounters Veronica Simpson examines innovative projects that do more than just enrich our sense of place 060 Brief Encounters Veronica Simpson finds inspiration at Nottingham Contemporary 062 Cultural Resilience Stephen Hitchins explores how Italy is celebrating both modern and traditional art and film at home 076 Move and Grow Stephen Hitchins explores recent building developments 088 Space for Everyone Kay Hill asks if it’s possible to create public spaces that truly cater for human diversity?

098 Radical Thinking David Weir-McCall, AEC business development manager at Epic Games, talks about the radical thought that has sparked his creativity FOCUS 043 Lighting Jill Entwistle explores some of the key trends and innovations in the lighting industry today TECH SPEC 104 Find the Light Lighting has the power to transform a space – whether it be private or public, indoor or outdoor – Jill Entwistle explores the impact of lighting design 109 Bright Ideas Lighting products, which merge art, innovation and practicality, continue to emerge in force BACK PAGE 118 If Only… you could escape to another world when you went to a restaurant, says Emma Carter from Phoenix Wharf

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