Posts Tagged: Columnist

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

The post-Covid Design Sensibility

For my last column in this series, I wanted to reflect on the strange and singular period we are all living through and what it might mean for design – including changes to our design sensibilities. There’s been a lot of focus on the practicalities of redesigning office and hospitality spaces recently, but what about… Read More >

10 June 2020

Working from home?

Like most people, I’m now working from home and can’t quite believe it’s the ninth week of doing so – it’s flown by! The first week was definitely the hardest, adjusting to the new ways of life. I was pretty restless being cooped up in the flat and not commuting in to the office. Thankfully… Read More >

22 May 2020