Fabric group Sanderson has collaborated with shoe designer Tracey Neuls and artist Nina Saunders to create an installation, titled Most Curious, for Neuls’ flagship store. Saunders’ mutated armchair and Neuls’ footwear both use reissued and vintage Sanderson textiles. The collaboration celebrates Sanderson’s 150th anniversary, and can be seen at 29 Marylebone Lane, London W1 until 30 June.
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The top national prize for the UK has been awarded to a solution that aims to reduce the amount of microplastic air pollution caused by car tyres.