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Industrial meets natural at the new Alpha FX workspace in Paddington

To create a bold, team-orientated office space for Alpha FX, Modus Workspace balanced the industrial with the natural, reflecting the punchy and adventurous personality of the client.

21/05/2020 6 min read

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Value shift: understanding the future of workplace

Angela Bardino, Design Principal at leading professional services firm, Jacobs, examines employees’ impact on both immediate business and subsequent end user groups.

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Tech plus workspace equals what?

Excitement about new tech workspace solutions needs to be kept under control, say Nick Taylor and Keir Dixon, Directors in Savills’ building and project consultancy team.

27/04/2020 3 min read

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In conversation with Jeannette Altherr, Lievore + Altherr Désile Park

Fresh from launching Adell, their latest collection with Arper, we spoke with Jeannette Altherr, partner at Lievore + Altherr Désile Park.

21/05/2020 5 min read

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Oktra designer uses tiles from Opposite collection by modulyss in GEP offices

26/07/2019 1 min read

Opposite attracts

Carpet tiles from modulyss have been used to bring a contemporary look to the 1920s listed interior of GEP’s London offices. Using the mini-tuft minimalism of Opposite for the open-plan spaces, Oktra designer, Kristy-Jay Thomsen, used three colours to add visual power to the floor: ‘The client wanted to create a bit of interest, so we decided to create a three-way grey combination from the Opposite palette. I’d seen the look in the collection’s sample book and thought it would be perfect for this project.’ www.modulyss.com

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