Jestico + Whiles completes key new learning centre for the University of Cambridge
A new building that offers co-working and social spaces, the West Hub marks the start of the transformation of the West Cambridge Site into a centre for innovation.
Welcome to first bi-monthly issue of Mix Interiors! We’ve had a little refresh for 2022, with exciting new content covering the full spectrum of commercial interior design landing on your desk every two months (in compostable wrapping of course). Joining the Mix family of contributors in 2022 is Conran and Partners Tina Norden, who will be penning a regular piece on the ever-changing world of hospitality and living design. Elsewhere, this issue’s Mix Roundtable looks at the opportunities and challenges facing the Build to Rent sector post-pandemic, we sit down with Sheila Bird Studio to discuss designing spaces with soul, and look back at the highlights and winners of the Mixology North21 Awards. Plus: our new regular Positive Impact feature focuses on those harnessing change in the world of sustainability and we explore the latest projects across workplace, hospitality, public sector and more.
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Amtico has revolutionised its popular Spacia Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) flooring collection with a fresh look and new designs. Four years in the making and following more than 100 hours of customer research, Amtico Spacia boasts 46 Woods and 48 Stones meticulously designed to create a sense of calm through the wellbeing benefits of biophilia.View the cover archive
Here’s a promise about 2022: it won’t be like last year. A heady combination of investors in a panic to spend, consumers with savings to spend, lockdown exhaustion and Keynesian animal spirits will power the property market in 2022.
Bryan O’Sullivan Studio’s latest collaboration with Maybourne Hotel Group features an eclectic mix of furniture and fine art.
The UK’s growing build-to-rent residential sector survived the pandemic – but lessons have been learnt. Architects, designers and developers joined a roundtable hosted by Milliken to assess what worked, what didn’t and what comes next in the world of beds-for-rent
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