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"Everything that is really great and inspiring is created by the individual that can labor in freedom" - Albert Einstein

The Meraas offices in Dubai, a wonderful use of concrete by Hopkins & co xx

— 2 months ago

A recent business trip to Dubai, some incredible architecture and interiors.

— 2 months ago

Burj Kalifa - Dubai

— 2 months ago with 1 note

A recent business trip to Dubai, some incredible architecture and interiors.

— 2 months ago

A recent business trip to Dubai, some incredible architecture and interiors.

— 2 months ago

The Emporium - Lahore Pakistan

At 2.5 Million square feet this project is one of the largest I’ve worked on. The complex boasts a shopping centre, a luxury, members only, shopping parade, a 5* hotel and a banqueting facility. Working within a team of 2 interior designers and 3 architects it has been a great collaboration, allowing for lots of ideas and interesting design features.

More picture to follow soon!!

— 6 months ago with 3 notes
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— 6 months ago

Mixology, 2013 -

I gratefully received a ticket to the fabulous, Mix Magazine Interior Design awards at the Hilton in Manchester. I managed to meet some lovely people and say a big well done to the winners!

— 7 months ago
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Hudderfields Sports Center

Probably one of the more exciting projects I’ve worked on while at Aedas, one of the largest civic building being built at the moment, it has involved a lot of challenges. Along with the usual regulations that an Interior Designer must adhere to, the building has a lot of areas that need to comply with Sport England standards for official competitions. In addition to this there are a number of complicated areas, for example, the swimming pools or climbing walls, which require lots of detailing and materials research. Overall I tried to create a design that is both contemporary and timeless, as we want this to still look current in 10 years’ time. I’ve used strong vibrant colours mixed with muted and raw materials to create a space that aspires to energise and invite the user.

Visuals for this are courtesy of Steve Hurst our in office Visualiser.

— 7 months ago with 1 note