Manzi's Soho is reborn as an immersive dining experience
Fabled Studio writes a theatrical next chapter for an already-storied institution.
In this issue, our spotlight feature focuses on mental wellbeing, with contributions from several experts on the mental health tsunami we are facing as a result of the current pandemic. Elsewhere, we look around the brand new offering from Locke Living, and David Thame examines the impact COVID-19 is having on the education property market (hint: it's not all doom and gloom!) Each one of our covers is unique – including our logo. We hand over the reins to a different designer each month, making our print magazines a work of art in themselves. Thank you to Willmott Dixon Interiors and Karndean for this month's logo and cover image.
Willmott Dixon Interiors: 'The cover has a rich array of geometrical shapes and finishes, creating a mood. We embedded the Mix logo in some of these shapes, and added shades and textures to enhance them, so the logo is initially visible, but the viewer is also encouraged to discover variants of it.'
Karndean: 'The grained detail and chalkiness of limestone, paired with the limed washed and distressed textures found in European Oaks, have been the inspiration for Karndean Designflooring’s latest additions to their Korlok and Van Gogh collections. The new designs provide a range of rustic and sleek finishes, combined with the premium quality expected from a Karndean floor.'View the cover archive
Tigg + Coll Architects has overhauled the main entrance and amenity spaces at Chapter Spitalfields student accommodation, creating a beautifully textured and detailed space with plenty of options for socialising and studying.
The physical workplace is, for many people, a big part of what keeps people well, says the InsideOut founder.
The chaos surrounding A-level grading and university admissions in late August crowned a chaotic year for the UK’s higher education sector, David Thame considers.
Deloitte reports that mental health costs UK employers £45 billion each year (and that was before the pandemic). Now, organisations are realising they need to move beyond the standard wellbeing offers. We speak to Dr Jo Yarker, CEO of Affinity Health at Work about prioritising mental health at work.
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