Explore the latest projects from the UK’s commercial interiors industry, featuring the best of workspace, hospitality, residential and public sectors.

Two concepts in one at Tayēr + Elementary by Edit! Architects

Tayēr + Elementary brings two connected bars together within a single space, complementing each other without competing.

13/08/2020 2 min read

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Designing for people not pandemic: Nasim Köerting, The Office Group

The Office Group's Head of Design Nasim Köerting considers what lockdown has taught her about great design, and how we can reimagine workspace design post-pandemic.

13/08/2020 4 min read

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Housebuilding in a hurry: is this modular construction’s big moment?

Build-to-rent developers and the public sector are providing powerful new clients for modular construction. It could be a game-changer, says David Thame.

29/07/2020 5 min read

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Clestra and Rainlight rework the IRYS pod

New iteration of the IRYS pod provides the ultimate reassurance and comfort for the workforce, with the integration of virus killing UV-C light.

13/08/2020 2 min read

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In conversation with: Gary Neville

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.

10/12/2019 1 min read

Originally born from the idea of member’s club in Manchester, with flexible workspaces and an F&B offering, over a period of three or four years, the concept changed into a hotel-led concept.

On the challenges the team faced while undertaking the process, Gary commented, ‘It got to a point where it became the most confusing and painful project particularly for the development and design team – we changed designers and designs all the way through because one chef wanted one design and another different chef wanted another.’

Discussing the design, fit-out and manufacturing for the hotel, Gary took an unusual approach, hiring a Turkish firm to create the interiors from scratch. ‘They designed it in two months and were able to fit-out the whole building in four months. It was incredible. I don’t think I would go to an interior designer again that couldn’t promise that cradle to grave approach for me.’

It was great to have Gary on board, and we thank him for being so refreshingly open and candid.

 

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