From the editorial team at IndesignLive comes The Collection – a vital tool for your design toolkit, and your next stop for that perfect product, finish or fixture.
February 2nd, 2018
The Collection brings together a range of brands and their respective products into one easily searchable online database. As a designer, you know you need to be on top of the latest products available to you, but it’s pinpointing the right products, furnishing or fixture perfect for a project that gets tricky.
Designing is no easy job, with the number of products out there to choose from, trends that are always evolving and your clients expecting you to always be two steps ahead – we get it, trawling from one place to the next online is time-consuming, which is why we’ve launched The Collection to get the hardest part of specifying done for you. This is a place where we’re constantly gathering the latest and greatest design products, housed in one destination.
Indesign has always been a professional resource for the design savvy – and with The Collection, we’re here to help you synthesize the latest products, fittings, furnishings and finishes from all across the industry.
We want to keep you informed and give you a platform that helps to streamline your job. The Collection is an easy to use dedicated space to help you select products and finishes for your schedules. Easily navigate and drill down into each category – fixtures, finishes, furniture and brands – making the searchability a cinch.
What is The Collection and why you need it?
All the necessary details from dimensions, materials, lead-time and manufacturers are listed, along with a contact form to touch base directly with the supplier if needed. It’s stripped back but technical, giving you just what you need. After all, isn’t the heart of designing paring down to just the essential?
A searchable and comprehensive guide for specifying leading products and their suppliers
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