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Mixology North19 Awards shortlist announced

The Mixology North19 shortlist has been revealed! It was another record year for entries, and to reflect the market we added a new category: Project of the Year, Living.

11/11/2019 4 min read
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The Mixology North19 shortlist has been revealed! It was another record year for entries, and to reflect the market we added a new category: Project of the Year, Living.

This year’s judges included developers, end-user clients, property consultants, architects and academics – all heavily involved in the commercial interior design industry.

The winner of each category will be announced at the Mixology North19 awards, taking place on the 5 December 2019 at Manchester Central.

With over 1200 attendees already booked, there’s only a few tickets remaining for the most anticipated event of the year. Book your ticket/table now to avoid disappointment: Click here to book your ticket

2019 SHORTLIST

 

PRODUCT OF THE YEAR: SURFACES

Sponsored by Dataflex UK

Autex Acoustics – Frontier Acoustic Raft

Camira – Zap and Armadillo

Cosentino – Dekton Slim

Panaz Fabrics – ecoTWILL

Parkside – Sequel Vibe by Alusid

Tarkett – iQ Surface

Woodworks by Ted Todd – Bold Surfaces Portfolio

 

PRODUCT OF THE YEAR: LIGHTING, TECHNOLOGY & ACCESSORIES

Sponsored by Visavvi

Colebrook Bosson Saunders – Lima

OE Electrics – PLY

SBFI – ARC Duo

 

PRODUCT OF THE YEAR: FLOORING

Sponsored by Gresham

Amtico Flooring – Colour Edit

Ege Carpets – Reform Calico and Mano Ecotrust

Forbo Flooring Systems – Tessera Nexus

Interface – Look Both Ways

IVC – Studio Moods 2.0

Milliken – Comfortable Concrete

Modulyss – The &-collection

Polyflor – Expona Design

Shaw Contract – Suited

 

PRODUCT OF THE YEAR: STORAGE

Sponsored by Autex Acoustics

Alea – Q18

Assmann – Cubas

Bisley – BOB

KI Europe – 800 Series Modular Shelving

 

PRODUCT OF THE YEAR: LOOSE FURNITURE

Sponsored by Camira

Allermuir – Axyl Bench

AllSfär – Diffuse Acoustic Furniture

Protocol/Altek Italia Design – AirWave

Gresham – GD27

Huelsta – Table Solid

Knightsbridge Furniture – Caravelle

naughtone – Hue Seating

 

Product of the Year: TASK FURNITURE

Sponsored by IVC

Flokk – RH New Logic

KI Europe – Grafton Chair

Orangebox – Being

Senator – SetMe

Senator – Array

 

Project of the Year: COMMERCIAL INTERIORS – sub 5,000 sq ft

Sponsored by Colebrook Bosson Saunders

Bruntwood Works – Lowry House – urban oasis

Concorde BGW Group – The Up in Arms

DAY id – NHS Digital

Jasper Sanders + Partners – ONE Portland Street

Jolie Studio – Matillion Office – Station House, Altrincham

ru CREATIVE and Design Tonic – Property Buying Company

SpaceInvader – Bauhaus

 

Project of the Year: COMMERCIAL INTERIORS – 5,001 to 15,000 sq ft

Sponsored by Connection

Design North – Mediaworks

I-AM – B Works, Manchester

Interface – The Greenhouse

KKA Interiors – BOHO, Glasgow

OBI – Shoosmiths

Officeinsight – Hermes Design and Build Project

Two – Work.Life Manchester

Yozu – Cotton Exchange Trading Halls

 

Project of the Year: COMMERCIAL INTERIORS – 15,000 – 30,000 sq ft

Sponsored by Staverton UK

Area – Mills & Reeve, Birmingham

Brown & Bancroft Interiors – The Bartlett Group

Firebox Design – Pets at Home, Chester House

Marchini Curran Interiors – Arm, Manchester

Opus 4 – Caunton House

Ryder Architecture and Ward Robinson – Tombola House

Sheppard Robson & Ardmac – Bupa, Kirkstall

Watson Batty Architects – No.1 Broughton Park

 

Project of the Year: COMMERCIAL INTERIORS – over 30,000 sq ft

Sponsored by Forbo Flooring Systems

Ardmac – Clockwise, Edward Pavillion

AXIS Architecture – HSBC Grosvenor House, Sheffield

BDP – PwC Manchester

Incognito – Origin Manchester

Oktra North – Gymshark Lifting Club

Scott Brownrigg – Quartermile 3, Edinburgh

tp bennett – Walker Morris, Leeds

 

Project of the Year: BAR & LEISURE INTERIORS

Sponsored by Agua Fabrics

Absolute Commercial Interiors – North Brewing Co. Tap Room

Darling Associate Architects – The Prior John, Bridlington

DV8 Designs – Liverpool Gin Distillery

Fusion by Design – Banyan, Newcastle

ikon furniture – Alberts Bar & Restaurant Standish

NoChintz – Gong cha

Qu-est Design and Planning – The View at Hencote

SpaceInvader – Headingley Stadium

 

Project of the Year: HOTEL INTERIORS

Sponsored by Cosentino

3DReid – Hotel Indigo Manchester

Concorde BGW Group – Broad Street Townhouse

Darling Associates – The Falcon Hotel

Fusion by Design – Brook Green Hotel, Hammersmith

ikon furniture – Manchester Hall, Boutique Hotel

KONCEPT ID – The Majestic Hotel, Harrogate

Ryder Architecture and Ward Robinson – Northshore Hotel

Studio Köerting – Hawkstone Hall Hotel

 

Project of the Year: LIVING

Sponsored by Quadrifoglio

DAY id – Trinity View

HLM Architects – Whitehorn Hall, St Andrews University

HLM Architects – Hollis Croft

Jon Matthews Architects – Blackfriars

KONCEPT ID – The Forge

MyCrib – Reliance House, Penthouse

 

Project of the Year: PUBLIC SECTOR INTERIORS

Sponsored by Orangebox

AHR & Gresham – University of Huddersfield, Barbara Hepworth Building

BDP – Alliance Manchester Business School

c2:concepts – UA92

Complete Business Solutions – WorkWell Project, North Lincolnshire

Fairhursts Design Group – National Horizons Centre

FaulknerBrowns – Lower Mountjoy Centre for Teaching and Learning

iDEA – DfE Cheylesmore House, Coventry

Ward Robinson – HMRC, Benton Park View

 

MANUFACTURER OF THE YEAR

Sponsored by Bluestone Leasing

Dams Furniture

Flexiform Business Furniture

Knightsbridge Furniture

MAD Chair Co.

naughtone

Orangebox

Woodworks by Ted Todd

 

DESIGN PRACTICE OF THE YEAR

Sponsored by KI

DV8 Designs

Fusion by Design

ID:SR

iDEA

KKA Interiors

KONCEPT ID

NoChintz

SpaceInvader

 

Good luck to all the finalists!

Coming to Mixology North19? Make a day of it and come and see Mix Design Collective – the biggest interior design event in the North running 3-5 December 2019. Explore 9 immersive experiences by leading design practices, showcasing the very best in international product design for workspace, hospitality and living alongside an incredible line up of industry speakers.

Find out more and register to attend for free – places limited.

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