Our Spring/Summer 2017 Entryway Project is Here

Our Spring/Summer 2017 Entryway Project is Here

Spring has sprung here at the Forster Inc office, and a new season means a new Suppliers Showcase Entryway Project is here. For Spring/Summer 2017, we’ve teamed up with not one but two companies on our entryway design: Dog’s Body and Little Greene Paint Co.

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Striking the Balance between Form and Function in Offices

Striking the Balance between Form and Function in Offices

Does your office space strike the right balance between form and function? Although there is a strong link between employee productivity and workplace layout, in a study nearly half of employers stated they did not think office design was a good investment. We offer examples as to why this is so important, as well as advice to office managers in the creative industry.

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Rachel Forster's Top 3 Blog Posts for 2016

Rachel Forster's Top 3 Blog Posts for 2016

Forster Inc owner, Rachel Forster, reflects on a busy 2016 and discusses her top 3 blog posts we produced this year, including office design tips, an interview and about having the right kit. We wish you all a happy and restful holiday season.

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London Design Festival: Themes for Future Design

London Design Festival: Themes for Future Design

A few weeks following the London Design Festival, we’ve had time to process all of the interesting and creative design we saw at the event.  A festival of innovation, this show is the perfect place to discover what’s in store for product, furniture and interior design for 2017 and beyond.  

Amidst all of the personality and flare, we noted a few underlying themes that will impact not only the design itself but how consumers experience the design.

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Good Design from Dieter Rams

Good Design from Dieter Rams

We are big fans of Vitsoe. They supply and fit the classic, stylish and very cool shelving system designed by Dieter Rams. We are surrounded by, as Dieter put it in the late 1970’s “an impenetrable confusion of forms, colours and noises” Dieter asked himself the important question “is my design good design?” To which he wrote ten principles for good design.

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