Mixology17 Winners

Small Commercial Interiors Project of the Year Sponsored By Connection
Area – Reward Gateway

Designed with the user in mind, Reward Gateway’s new workplace includes a number of spaces, which support staff wellbeing – including a secret garden, a reflection room and an on-site library. ‘We were impressed by how the project really works for the client. Area ticked all the boxes here,’ our judges said.

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Product of the Year – Surfaces Sponsored By CMD
Lily Latifi – ‘Namad’ Pleated Panel System

Lily has used natural felt to achieve both high visual and acoustic comfort when the system is used in interior hanging applications. Our judges said: ‘You can immediately see the sound-deadening qualities the system provides, it is very simple yet also visually elegant.’

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Product of the Year – Lighting, Technology & Interior Accessories Sponsored By Interface
Ocee Design – Fabricks

Fabricks are super acoustic bricks made from foam and wool fabric, designed to look fabulous, divide space and reduce noise. ‘A really clever, innovative product, which is quick and simple to use,’ enthused our judges.


Medium Commercial Interiors Project of the Year Sponsored By Office Furniture London
TTSP – St Helen’s Tower

When Aviva chose to transform their business to make it fit for the digital age, they turned to TTSP to revitalise their London HQ at St Helen’s Tower. Our judges said: ‘The firm addressed the brief perfectly. There is a real fluidity to this scheme.’ Congratulations TTSP!


Product of the Year – Furniture Sponsored By Umbrella
Connection – Rooms

Rooms’ architectural structure offers a suggestion of an enclave, with visual and acoustic privacy solutions and offers colour and texture to create a multitude of settings. Our judges felt Rooms was…‘Cost-effective and simple to install, it has an organic feeling of being outdoors indoors.’

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Public Sector Interiors Project of the Year Sponsored By Camira

Both OGA and Ofwat wanted to support staff with maximum flexibility to enable them to take control of their work environment. The judges thought this…‘An impressive project that represents incredible value for money and clearly supports the client’s working practices.’

Student Award

Student Designer of the Year (in association with the Furniture Makers’ Company) Sponsored By KI
Rob Sollom – Chicester College

Congratulations to Rob! Rob wanted to create a modernised take on a gothic style. Functionally, the wide arms allow space for a coffee cup or glass of wine. This award was voted via an online poll – and Rob was a clear winner.


Large Commercial Interiors Project of the Year Sponsored By Colbrook Bosson Saunders
HASSELL – Sky Central

The HASSELL team worked with Sky to develop a space that is energetic and surprising, yet simple, intuitive and people-centric. Our judges felt the scheme was…‘Clever, with witty ideas. For such a large space, it still shows huge amounts of creativity.’

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Product of the Year – Flooring Sponsored By Triumph
Milliken Colour Compositions

Colour Compositions is a new carpet plank tile collection from Milliken. The judges felt that Milliken had produced an extremely usable and beautifully presented collection.