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The fourth industrial revolution, also known as Industry 4.0, is the latest phase in the evolution of manufacturing, building on the three previous industrial revolutions that transformed manufacturing patterns.
Traditionally, loose furniture (ready made) has been the go-to option for interior design. However, in densely populated cities where space is at a premium, built-in furniture has become a popular solution to maximize living space.
In recent years, there has been a noticeable shift in residential home design towards smaller houses and flats. This trend is not only happening in cities but also in the suburbs. While skyrocketing energy costs, including clean energy, are driving up heating and cooling costs, there are also many other reasons behind this trend.
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The winners of this year's International Furniture Leadership Awards 2020/2021 and International Interior Design Awards 2020/2021 have been announced, with Picket&Rail claiming the Overall Best Company awards for both categories.
The global demand for lumber has skyrocketed since the world went into lockdown. Consider this stat: Lumber prices have risen by 130 percent since before the COVID-19 pandemic, which makes for an estimated USD $24,000 difference in the cost of a newly constructed single-family home, per data from the National Association of Home Builders. As of press time, the average lumber price is USD $1,372 per 1,000 board feet.
A surge in demand for furniture, exercise equipment and other goods for shoppers sheltering at home in a worsening COVID-19 pandemic has upended normal trade flows. That has stranded empty cargo containers in the wrong places, spawning bottlenecks that now stretch from factories to seaports.
Our sofas, mattresses, tatami beds, premium cabinetry and custom furniture might face some delays due to this issue. We ask for your kind understanding and continued patience as we are improving and expediting our operational procedures to deliver your furniture as fast as possible. Our team is working around the clock to shorten extensions so that you can enjoy your much awaited purchases.
Because we care. We truly believe you deserve quality furniture for every bit of money well-spent. With decades of experience in retailing, exporting, manufacturing and designing furniture, we've learned and heard plenty. Time after time, customers have come up to tell us how they're still using our beds, dining tables, or chairs from decades ago. We believe that quality is the best advertisement. Time changes. But we strive to make sure our quality doesn't.