Category Archives: Professional services

I want to be an Interior Designer!

Sometimes I question how I ever ended up being an Interior Designer, it hasn’t happened by accident, it has taken a lot of hard work and dedication!  But it is a question that comes up when I am teaching. I  like … Continue reading

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Is your workspace working for you?

Having worked in a number of architect’s practices and seen many workspaces throughout my career in design, I can safely say that they are a number of office interiors than can really make you feel uninspired, depressed, lack originality and … Continue reading

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Press Release: SPATIAL DESIGNERS PROVIDE THE INTERIOR SCHEME FOR UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS £27m NEW STUDENT RESIDENCE

Penelope Tiffney of Spatial Designers was appointed by University of Leeds in 2008 to provide the interior design scheme for the recently completed Storm Jameson Court – a luxury 460 en suite student residence on campus. This new state-of-the-art accommodation … Continue reading

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Architect, Interior Architect, Interior Designer, Interior Decorator? The debate.

CLERKENWELL DESIGN WEEK 2010 In May of this year I attended Clerkenwell Design week; the trendy EC1 London borough was buzzing with design professionals across the board.  The exhibition celebrated the best in furniture, product and design services that Clerkenwell … Continue reading

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Producing the Winning Tender?

As a sole trader or small company, you may, like me have had to prepare your own quotations, tenders or estimates whilst trying to second guess the competitors. I have recently discovered that abandoning the idea of the ‘second-guess’ tactic … Continue reading

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