Explore the latest projects from the UK’s commercial interiors industry, featuring the best of workspace, hospitality, living and public sectors.

Bill Amberg Studio creates dramatic installation at 22 Bishopsgate

Sculptural leather panels make a serious first impression at London’s tallest tower.

10/08/2022 2 min read

Interviews, opinions and profiles from industry experts

Post-pandemic spaces: control or release?

As humans, we need both a sense of control and the joy of release. Spaces must acknowledge this tension, and either resolve it, or pick a side.

28/07/2022 2 min read

Discover the latest and most innovative products curated by Mix Interiors.

Reva Cocoon: new outdoor seating designed by Patrick Jouin for Pedrali

Featuring soft lines and generous sizes, Reva Cocoon creates a system of flexible outdoor furniture that offers ultimate freedom of use.

09/08/2022 1 min read


View all companies

Discover the latest news and company profiles from the companies shaping the UK commercial interiors industry.

Company Profiles

View the latest company profiles from the commercial interiors industry

View all

Can design improve the wellbeing of hospitality staff?

British flooring manufacturer Amtico asks the questions as part of The Young Designer Series, in association with the Mix Interiors 30 Under 30.

30/06/2022 1 min read

How important is it to create a sense of community in hospitality projects – and are clients requesting more British-made products? These are just some of the questions flooring manufacturer Amtico seeks to answer as part of its Young Designer Series.

During the Mix 30 Under 30 celebrations, Amtico caught up with Class of 2022’s Tessa Faddy, Interior Designer at Buckley Gray Yeoman. Discover her insights on designing a welcoming and functional ‘back of house’ space for staff in hospitality to improve mood and, in turn, improve the experience for guests.

Watch the video to hear more and learn about Tessa’s experiences of incorporating recycled products in refurbishment projects and how the industry can encourage more companies to work with more British manufacturers.

Related Articles

Inspiration for your next read

Back to top