Ark unveils its first experiential co-living space
At Wembley Ark in North London, Holloway Li designs for a new type of community.
Last week marked the biggest Mixology Awards yet, with over 1,400 of the industry's finest gathering at our new venue, Evolution, in London’s picturesque Battersea Park, to celebrate two years’ worth of exceptional projects, products and people in commercial interior design.
HI-MACS® is a solid surface material which is hard-wearing, resilient, visually seamless and can be moulded into any shape. This non-porous hygienic, easy-care material is also stain and chemical resistant, and so is widely used for architectural and interior design projects.
Characterised by subtle contrast and a commitment to form and function, Checkout.com’s new workplace is built on the foundation of community, a spirit of collaboration, and a focus on supporting one another.
IA Interior Architects and SPACE worked with the US cyber security firm to create its new outpost in Belfast, supporting the brand’s culture and creative disruption through an organic workplace.
With beautiful room set displays and an extensive sample selection, leading luxury bathroom supplier C.P. Hart opens a new showroom in Wilmslow, Cheshire
The new collection offers a total of 68 designs that offer the best of wood, stone and parquet, combined with the unrivalled performance of LVT.
MoreySmith has transformed workspaces in the iconic Heal’s Building on Tottenham Court Road for property investment firm Castleforge Partners.
JRA’s approach refocuses the building’s design to serve the post-Covid requirements of diverse businesses from the insurance, legal, fin-tech, social media and technology sectors.
Named ‘the smartest office in the world,’ Southworks combines technological and natural elements to create an optimum post-pandemic space – setting a benchmark for future developments.
Locke’s first German outpost creates a space open to locals and travellers alike – drawing inspiration from the Deutscher Werkbund movement that started in Munich in the early 20th century.
With design elements inspired by local and historic architecture and building better connections, HLW has created a space that brings teams out of meeting rooms and offices and into shared communal areas to collaborate and build better partnerships.