Posts Tagged: Column

Women in Office Design – Joanna Knight

This month’s Women in Office Design column features Joanna Knight, Partner at The Knight Partnership and Sustainability and Circular Economy Manager at Women in Office Design (WOD). She will be hosting the Sustainability seminar for the forthcoming BCFA/WOD ‘Clerkenwell Open’ event. The Journey in the Workplace Sector Joanna started her career in the workplace and… Read More >

16 August 2021

The magic of Maggie’s

At the beginning of 2019 I was given the fairly shocking diagnosis that I had T-cell lymphoma, a pretty rare form of cancer. The discovery had been made during what should have been a fairly routine sinus operation; which in many ways makes it an incredibly lucky one. Within weeks I had be taken through… Read More >

3 August 2021

Women in Office Design – Kay Sargent

This month’s Women in Office Design column features Kay Sargent, FASID, FIIDA, CID, LEED® AP, MCR.w, WELL AP, Director of Workplace at HOK. From then to now Kay has been designing space since a kid! She was the only girl in the architectural drafting class at college and subsequently opened one of the first CADD… Read More >

15 July 2021

WOMEN IN OFFICE DESIGN – Nichola Adams

This month’s Women in Office Design column features Nichola Adams, Director at Inspired Ergonomics and Corrigo Design. Getting Started With a degree in the History of Art, Nichola started her career working in art galleries. Looking for a change in direction, she then returned to university to study for a Masters in Health Ergonomics, learning… Read More >

21 June 2021

WOMEN IN OFFICE DESIGN – Gurvinder Khurana

This month’s Women in Office Design column features Gurvinder Khurana, Director & Co-Founder at align. Early Years Birmingham ‘born and raised’, Gurvinder initially intended a career in fashion and textiles but switched direction and qualified with a BA in Interior Architecture and Design from The Polytechnic of North London. Starting Her Career Gurvinder began working… Read More >

17 May 2021

Women in Office Design – Kate Vine

This month’s Women in Office Design column features Kate Vine, Principal at Perkins+Will London Studio. Early Years …. US born, Kate holds a Fine Art Degree from Skidmore College and a Masters Degree in Interior Design from The New School, Parsons Design, New York City. Kate’s Current Role …. Kate is a Principal in the… Read More >

28 April 2021

WOMEN IN OFFICE DESIGN – Natasha Bonugli

This month’s Women in Office Design (WOD) column features Natasha Bonugli, Global Principal Design, Unispace Global. Your background and career leading into the workplace sector I was born and raised in the Boston area to Italian and Portuguese parents. With a father that was a cement mason by trade and a brother who is now a… Read More >

8 February 2021

Women in Office Design – Alison Monteith

Alison Monteith – Managing Director at People-Centric Interior / Workplace Design practice, Monteith Scott – talks to us about life as a student, an interior designer and also more recently a pro-age model… “I was a below average student at school; scraped two lowish grade A levels in Art and English. Foundation Course at Stourbridge… Read More >

18 November 2020

One size definitely doesn’t fit all – but don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater!

To those who have read my previous articles it will come as no surprise to discover that I certainly don’t think the workplace development process has been one long seamless journey of continuous improvement. Instead of being seen as a golden opportunity to create better corporate workplaces, the wholly unfettered freedom of location provided by… Read More >

19 June 2020