AHR applies innovative biophilic design principles at The Spine building
For the northern home of The Royal College of Physicians, AHR Architects was tasked with creating a building that leaves its occupants healthier.
Issue #207 looks at the pros and cons of the hub-and-spoke model, our latest Mix Roundtable discusses the importance (and realities) of ethical design, and we offer six reasons to be cheerful about the future of hospitality property. Plus, inspiring projects from across workplace, hospitality and living. Happy reading! 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. Thanks to tp bennett and Interface for this month's bold and bright cover!
tp bennett: 'The design of April’s Mix logo weaves in the concept of thread. Symbolising the process by which a simple material, through different techniques and design, can be transformed into more complex, tactile forms – textiles and soft elements being one of the most fundamental materials included within the spaces we design.'
Choose carbon negative flooring: this month’s cover features the new Interface Embodied Beauty collection – designed to help restore the health of the planet and lower the carbon footprint of your space with style. The collection features a range of beautiful carpet tile designs, including Interface’s first ever cradle to gate carbon negative products in three unique styles.View the cover archive
Leading commercial coffee supplier, Liquidline, and charity, Change Please, have come together to create a partnership on a mission to reduce homelessness and change lives by selling great coffee.
Nobody is pretending that the UK hotel development pipeline will start to flow again like it did before March 2020. But there are plenty of encouraging signs the hotel building business will bounce back. One year after the pandemic began, Mix offers six reasons to be hopeful.
Split over three office buildings with adjoining communal gardens, Lotus Park sits on a sought-after spot on the River Thames. But with the increase in demand for flexible leases and plug-and-play workspaces, developer and landlord Legal & General felt it was time to make a change.
Tigg + Coll was tasked with creating a vibrant and inspiring amenity space for long-standing client, Greystar, combining key thematic threads and an existing material palette to provide a comforting ‘welcome home’ to residents and an inspiring introduction to visitors.
The new building incorporates a range of media, football operations and specialist training facilities, providing a motivational environment that interprets the Club’s values in its form and materiality.
International architecture and interiors practice, Red Deer, has redesigned iconic central Bilbao institution, Hotel Ercilla – restoring the building to its original glory as a landmark venue in the industrial Spanish city.
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