NDA Blog

Gaming for the Creative!
Written by NDA Senior Tutor, Simone Haley   If you’re into gaming, keep reading. We are always on the look out for different ways to keep you inspired. Sometimes, we just want to sit back and enjoy a good session of décor gaming, city creating or have our architectural knowledge put to the test. These…
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Mustard in Interiors
Written by NDA senior tutor, Vicky McClymont Mustard seems to be a colour that doesn’t disappear from our interior consciousness. Since 2015 (if not even earlier), mustard has been at the forefront of popular interior colour choices and it doesn’t seem to be losing any momentum. In 2018, Pinterest reported a 45% increase in searches for…
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5 Things We Learnt from the New Designers Show 2019!
Written by NDA tutor Amy Payler-Carpenter It is great to see the emergence of new designers and last month we visited The New Designers show at The Business Design Centre, London. This showcases some of the best final year degree work from around the country and is a great celebration of young talent. Whilst visiting…
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Window Treatments for Kitchens
Written by NDA tutor Sarah Watts When choosing window treatments for kitchens, we may be guilty of not giving this too much thought and opting for a simple and practical solutions such as a roller blind or a Venetian blind. But there are so many different types of treatments that will work well and compliment…
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Taking Inspiration From the World of Dance
Written by NDA Senior Tutor, Simone Haley The Birmingham Royal Ballet recently toured a performance titled ‘[Un]leashed’, which consisted of 3 items of dance. The first titled ‘Lyric Pieces’, choreographed by Jessica Lang, and was a classical presentation of ballet. The second piece by Didy Veldman was a world premiere entitled ‘Sense of Time’ and…
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