With employees’ health and wellbeing at the front of most businesses’ workplace plans, and with proven results of aesthetically-pleasing interiors enhancing and stimulating employees’ creativity and productivity, it’s no wonder that today’s businesses are turning to interior designers to enhance workplace premises.
This was the case for money.co.uk, when the financial comparison company realised that the refurbishment of its headquarters – within a castle – was too much to handle. After deliberation, the company turned to workplace design and build expert, Interaction, which transformed the exhausted workplace into an inspiring and fun place of employment. Turn to page 28 to read more about money. co.uk’s headquarters, The Castle, and how Soundtect’s acoustic solutions provided a quiet and relaxing escape within its ‘Radio Room’.
Fun interiors have taken the limelight in this issue, with Evros Agathou talking to Inex about his colourful designs and explaining how he injects ‘fun’ into all of his schemes. Turn to page 8 to find out more about his lively and vibrant designs. Meanwhile, eccentric furniture designer, Jimmie Martin, explains the playful and ‘fun’ influence behind its ‘Mannequin’ lighting collection on page 26.
Elsewhere in this issue, the Stone Federation explains the numerous benefits of incorporating stone into interior design schemes, Portuguese children’s furniture manufacturer CIRCU offers its advice on designing children’s rooms and Hoare Lea Lighting takes Inex behind the scenes of its lighting concept for the Cumberland Art Gallery at Hampton Court.
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