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Does design education meet current needs of the employer and how will this influence the future of design education?

Following my meeting with the Interior Educators at the RCA last week where we entered into discussions about the future of interior design education, I thought I would include in my blog, my paper, that I wrote for my PGCE … 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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Drawing outside the box!

As we approach the first semester of year II of Interior Architecture, I am painfully planning lessons. I am also planning for a 10 week course at Leeds City College, where I am to teach ‘An Introduction to Interior Design’, … Continue reading

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You’ve got a lot to say!

Well today I made an important decision and that was start my own Blog.  I am such an avid user of Twitter and read so many other useful (and perhaps not so useful posts) that I thought ‘Penny, you do … Continue reading

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