Studio TILT challenges what an ‘office should look like’ at Hiscox
Circular economy principles and colour through art were used to form a workplace that extends beyonds the insurance HQ's physical space in London.
Past speakers have included Michael Pawlyn, Martin Ballendat and Gary Neville. Designers collaborate with product partners to create one-off spaces inspired by key themes within the world of commercial interior design.
With over 1500 attendees across 2 days, Mix Design Collective is not a traditional furniture fair; it defies all conventional exhibition traditions and provides an opportunity for leading designers and manufacturers to collaborate – creating unique, live commercial interior experiences showcasing world-class products.
For many designers when designing a bar, restaurant or workplace social setting, the first element of their designed scheme is creating a social area where people can fuel-up and relax.
One of the three great motivators of the human is to develop and learn. We opened this experience to show what can be done to facilitate the learning experience. The Learn experience also housed our seminar sessions.
Whilst the current image of workplace collaboration is seen as open plan and funky furniture, so much does and should still happen in the board room. Meet pays homage to one of the oldest forms of work folk getting together.
Since the turn of the century the office has evolved in its various iterations bending one way and the next. Most think that collaboration is here to stay – come and be inspired.
This experience promotes mental wellbeing, giving employees a chance to switch off, reinvigorate and take time for mindfulness in their busy everyday lives.
Where we live has always evolved – what can be achieved for the ever-changing demands of the client, from student accommodation to high-end build to rent resi.
With the importance of sleep never more discussed we look at how the use of technology, emotive decoration and soft fabrics will contribute to the sanctuary that will be the bedroom of the future.
Whether a requirement for the gym goer, the cyclist, the bathroom has become an essential differentiator in work, at home or in hotels.
Heart Space will provide a place to meet and relax between experiences. A place to interact with an exclusive collection of furniture and materials.
The spectrum of residential property is changing, as living and working begin to blend. How is the market segmenting on age, work or social lines and what does that mean for amenity, design and long-term sustainability?
We got a rare opportunity to talk to former England and Man Utd footballer and current Sky Sports pundit, Gary Neville, about his adventure into the property world, focusing on his new project – the Stock Exchange Hotel.
Who predicted coworking? Who thought that health and wellbeing would have such an impact on the workplace? This special edition of MixInspired explored what's next in workplace design.
As the subject of sustainability becomes increasingly prevalent, how can the commercial property and design community look to nature as a precedent for resource efficiency and future design solutions?
What does hospitality mean in the hotel, retail and residential sectors, how can designers get it right – and how do they risk getting it wrong?
An insight into the design process from multi-award-winning product designer Martin Ballendat. Working across over 40 well-known international brands and the recipient of 150+ design prizes, Ballendat is an authority with a unique insight into the creative development process.
It's not something that happens in the North often! Usually have to visit Clerkenwell for something similar…
Fantastically immersive, like no other design event. Collaborative to the core, it was inspiring!
Great to see a variety of products, experiences and seminars!