Small but mighty: five compact office spaces
Five of our favourite small-scale workspaces prove bigger doesn’t necessarily equal better.
2020 has undoubtedly been the year of seismic change for all professionals in every sector. We caught up with 6 past Mixology judges to give us their highs, lows and learnings over the past few months.
A 1.1 acre rooftop forest of over 100 established trees and 10,000 plants has been granted planning as part of Roots In The Sky, a radical reimagining of the former Blackfriars Crown Court as a next-gen workspace.
A fresh take on the classic school chair, New School provides a range of options available to meet the varied ergonomic requirements of modern office environment.
Paying homage to the grand brasseries of Paris, Lyon and Alsace in both flavour and design, Maison François is a new restaurant on the site of what was previously Green’s Restaurant & Oyster Bar in St James’s.
The journey to a sustainable office interior is a long one, and full of potholes. We’ve gathered seven of the sharpest minds in the industry at Interface’s new award-winning Birmingham UK HQ, to map the way forward.
Squire & Partners has completed Rolling Stock Yard, a new development in King’s Cross designed as a contemporary response to its industrial setting.
Architects Perkins&Will and Penoyre & Prasad have pledged to ensure the internal fit-outs of offices and commercial property will be net-zero carbon.
This month’s property focus extols the many virtues of transforming warehouse space into workspace. Kara Carter, Director at Spacelab, shows us that this can and does go way beyond the hypotheticals – in this case resulting in a major transformation of both space and culture – and even a major award win.
Mix Interiors is delighted to announce that Mixology London21 will take place on Thursday 16 September 2021 at Evolution London.