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Friday’s News: Prints charming, London farming, ‘fat’ seats and Grayson Perry 21 August, 2009

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Once again our ears have been on high alert for the latest in exciting design news, gossip and trends. The mydeco news hounds have tracked down the juiciest tit-bits from the world of newspapers, trade magazines and design blogs to bring you up to speed in seconds. Here’s a taster of what we found this morning –

Metro: New ‘fat’ seats on the tube

Fat-seats-on-the-tube-credit-Metro

Image credit: METRO

The Guardian: Grayson Perry’s flamboyant fabric for Liberty

The Guardian: Prints charming exhibition at Liberty

Homes and Property: New homes near cricket grounds – Oval and St John’s Wood

Homes and Property: Gossip – TV design duo sell their Kensington pad

Homes and Property: Robbie Fowler fails to score a buyer for house

Robot-clocks-credit-The-Telegraph

Image credit: The Telegraph

The Telegraph: Trend – Robot clocks and fabric insects

The Telegraph: Orford Ness no longer an ‘awful mess’

The Telegraph: Furniture at John Lewis is shaping up

John-Lewis-furniture-credit-The-Telegraph

Image credit: The Telegraph

Interior Design: Yeh Studio revamps gallerist Shepard Fairey’s 1920s creative agency headquarters

Architectural Record: Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Ennis House has not received a single bid

Hooked on houses: Customise with new magazine Flea Market Style

The Times: Trend – rockeries revival

The London Paper: London’s city-side farming

London-turns-to-farming-credit-The-London-Paper

Image credit: The Londonpaper

The Independent: Toy story shows Ernö Goldfinger still has the golden touch

Mocoloco: Up and coming designer Alice Wang

Dexigner: Duravit reveals extraordinary furnishing ideas for small spaces

Design Week: Product designer Konstantin Grcic starts work on Serpentine exhibition

Design Week: UK consultancies shortlisted for European Hotel Design Awards

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