In a residential street in south London, dozens of household appliances are being put through their paces - not to measure how well they work, but how loud they sound.
We spend 90% of our time indoors, but have you thought about your environment? Pollution, lack of light, carcinogens and energy-draining appliances are only a few areas to consider. We look at how to transform your spaces into sanctuaries of wellbeing and sustainability.
“As the nation’s most loved beverage, it’s no wonder that National Tea Day has become a firm fixture in the media calendar”, states National Tea Day, who this year, are honoured to support Mind, the UK’s leading mental health charity, to help bring people together over a cup of tea.
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Tired of all the noise? Keep things hush hush with kitchen kit designed to give you some peace - these will make all the difference to your stress levels at home.
With Senior Acoustic Consultant at Hilson Moran - Jack Richardson and Regional Sales Manager at Armourcoat Surface Finishes - Spencer Drake
Quiet Times speaks to Ping Coombes and Henk Huisseune about the role that sound plays in how we cook, as well as how we enjoy our kitchens at home.
Since launching in 2011, Quiet Mark has clarified the complex world of sound. When consumers see our Q logo on a product they know it to be one of the quietest on the market.
The extractor is an essential element for good circulation and keeping the air clean and fresh. It can also be a sculptural statement in its own right, suggests Louise Parkin.
Noise pollution might be invisible, but it can still have a dramatic impact on your health and life.
Ideas for new-build or renovation projects that foster good health.
New study finds that complaints about noisy neighbours have jumped in the past year, making it harder to sleep.
There is a massive renovation renaissance that has been driven by a seemingly everlasting lockdown. Now that consumers have spent time working from home and living in less-than-ideal conditions, manufacturers have seen a huge demand for appliances from self-builders and renovators.
In Conversation: ‘Tackling noise pollution’ with Simon Gosling Posted on March 22, 2021 by Karndean Designflooring Welcome back to part two of our conversation with Simon Gosling, chief marketing officer at Quiet Mark, about how noise is affecting our modern lives. In this concluding discussion, Simon joins us to explore how we can reduce noise pollution in our built environment to create a quieter, healthier and more productive world.
The quietest air purifiers include options from Blueair, Dyson and Philips.
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With the home becoming an all-in-one venue for work, school, relaxation and exercise, a quiet washing machine that doesn’t distract or disrupt has become essential to our work output and health. We take a closer look…
If lockdown has taught us anything, it's that we need our home to provide a domestic soundscape that is conductive to both rest and productive work (and often schooling) at home. Whilst the kitchen is the heart and hub of the home, filled with conversation, family and friends (when restrictions allow!), it doesn't have to be filled with unnecessary noise. Choosing Quiet Mark-certified appliances and products will ensure that you are choosing one of the quietest available on the market.
This month we are pleased to welcome Simon Gosling, chief marketing officer at Quiet Mark. In this two part conversation, Simon joins us to discuss how noise is affecting modern life and how we can create a quieter and healthier world.
Now we're at home all the time, there's no escape. Here's what you can do to muffle the mayhem
As retailers continue to seek out new ways of helping consumers feel at ease when shopping, Rob Fletcher takes a closer look at the latest acoustic technology in finishing and surfaces to see how this can improve the retail experience.