Mammertsberg hotel shakes up history with a new sensory design direction
Space Copenhagen reveals a decadent but relaxed design, set inside a 1911 Swiss villa.
Our last issue of 2021, Mix #217 features the Mixology North21 finalists, as well as a look around the latest projects from Gensler, Jestico + Whiles, Peldon Rose and TSK Group. The first of this month’s two Mix Roundtables asks how flexibility can be built into the workplace so that it can continue to evolve with as little disruption and waste as possible over the long-term, and David Thame looks ahead to the opportunities 2022 will bring to the UK property market. Elsewhere, our second roundtable discussion looks at collective displacement and what it means for spatial experience post-pandemic, plus our usual insight and news from the industry. Each one of our covers is unique – including our logo. We hand over the reins to a different designer and manufacturer, making our print magazines a work of art in themselves. Thanks to Woods Bagot and IVC Commercial for seeing this year out in style with November's cover.
This month’s cover logo is designed by Woods Bagot Principal and Regional Design Leader, Julian Cross. Inspired by the industrial feel of the blackened steel balustrade against the dark texture of the carpet, the vivid colour of the MIX logo is generated by the perspective of the staircase and the sharp balustrade edge. The neon pink graphics draw inspiration from the edgy graphics of the ‘1980s London club, Flyer’.
Discovering beauty in the flaws of the transient, Imperfection is the new premium carpet tile collection from IVC Commercial. Inspired by the ancient Japanese aesthetic of wabi-sabi, Imperfection is made in Belgium with ECONYL® and 94% recycled EcoFlex™ Echo for an inspiring carpet plank that supports wellbeing.View the cover archive
Look out for life sciences, private rented housing, coliving and student spaces. All are tipped as major growth areas for your business in 2022. So says research from the Urban Land Institute, whose Chief Executive speaks exclusively to Mix.
With an assortment of settings for all work styles, pladis’ new London HQ – at Chiswick Business Park – celebrates the joy of making, baking and sharing through a carefully crafted space, helping its people return to work in an agile, flexible and personalised way.
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