United House, Notting Hill: the latest offering from The Office Group
TOG’s Head of Design Nasim Köerting tells Mix about the 40th space from the flexible workspace providers.
Plans to create a new urban oasis at city centre Lowry House have been given the go-ahead by Manchester City Council.
With biophilic design still the phrase on everyone’s lips, Tektura have launched five brand new Richard Osbourne murals.
Well, of course, in one sense of the word, biophilia is here for good – for the good of all of us. But is it simply another workplace element that is bang on trend today, only to be relegated down those wish lists tomorrow?
There is a wealth of evidence to suggest that, by incorporating biophilic design into our built environments, we can increase our health and wellbeing. Biophilic design acknowledges that we are instinctively connected to nature and that, through exploring this connection within the spaces that we live, relax and work in, we can positively influence our physical and psychological health. Oliver Heath, Director of Oliver Heath Designs, knows his stuff.
Mix Interiors hosted another fascinating MixInspired at Barclay's Eagle Lab, this time on the topic of emotional design. The session explored the importance of emotional design within the workplace, and the impact it can have on the end user.
Inleaf has launched a new artificial plant display product, specifically designed to add greenery to the top of storage cabinets, tambour units and other office furniture.