Area designs wellbeing-focused office for IFS
When global enterprise software company IFS relocated its UK headquarters to Staines-Upon-Thames, a workplace design that puts both clients and employees at the heart of the solution was required.
Announcing the industry-leaders taking on the judging challenge at Mixology20 this year! Find out more about our esteemed judges and get ready start your entries…
Colin has over 20 years’ experience working in the commercial office sector, helping to deliver innovative and functional spaces where people can thrive. He is a cost management specialist and enjoys being part of the creative design process. Colin helps deliver great workspaces for clients, which inspire their people to do great things.
Nick is Design Director at Regal London – the leading residential-led, mixed-use property developer. His role is to ensure design quality and consistency across interiors, brand, architecture and public realm. Nick has previously held senior positions with some of London’s foremost architecture and design firms.
Alison has extensive experience of the property life cycle, from strategic vision, through to planning, delivery, handover, operation and disposal, with a particular talent for engaging the client with the very opportunity that meets their needs. Her passion is creating destinations and paying attention to how we can be more efficient, effective, sustainable and transformational for those using the asset.
Katrina is Co-founder of Fora – the leaders of the workspace revolution. Their first space opened in Clerkenwell in January 2017 and they now have five locations across London and Reading, with more due to open by the year-end. Forget what you know about coworking; Fora is reimagining the entire experience – they call it pro-working.
Jonathan joined Cushman & Wakefield in 1984 and specialises in tenant rep office agency across Central London. Jonathan is a member of the RICS City branch and a steward for Lionheart (RICS Benevolent Fund). He has been involved in a range of projects including Norton Rose Fulbright, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, Linklaters, EY and Macfarlanes.
Marta is a designer who specialises in design research and communication. Her work explores the cultural, ethical and moral impact of new and emerging technologies, and the potential implications that they may have on our future society. By combining research, graphic design and styling, Marta works as a freelancer for platforms and agencies.
Steve has been in the furniture industry for over 32 years and has extensive industry knowledge, having worked for the world’s largest furniture manufacturers as well as top London furniture dealerships. This has given him an incredible insight to the whole furniture supply process.
Tim is a highly effective, proven leader in design and delivery of global workplace and people agility, culture change programmes. With nearly a decade’s experience with RBS, Tim develops strategies that deliver customer and employee benefits and, at the same time, optimise the use of real estate.
With over 30 years’ experience in the design industry, Mark began his professional career at BDP in 1985 before co-founding Amalgam in 2003. He returned to BDP 2011 and was appointed to the BDP board in 2017. Mark has chaired our judging panel since its inception and was awarded the Mixology Henry Pugh Outstanding Contribution Award in 2018.
Sarah started her FM journey in the record industry many years ago, and has a successful track record in a variety of sectors, from higher education to aviation. In the past eight years, Sarah has led project teams delivering impressive HQ relocations for Yahoo, Warner Media and is currently working on easyjet’s new UK office in Luton.
The Mixology Awards are still FREE to enter!
This year we have added new categories Living Interiors Project of the Year, as well as Workplace Interiors in varying project sizes, whilst Storage Product of the Year appears for the second time.
Remember, you can start your entries at any time and come back to them.
Good luck! Entries close on Friday 6 March at 5pm.
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