Our judging panel comprises key players in the workplace interiors and design community. The judging panel was split into two categories- Projects and Products, affirming that the most knowledgeable professionals decided the shortlist and winners of each category. Thanks to all of our judges for their time and expertise.
As our judging day is split into two categories this year, Caroline will be part of the Projects of the Year and Design Practice judging panel.
As Design Director at IHG, Caroline Cundall is responsible for overseeing the interior design of InterContinental and Crowne Plaza hotels throughout Europe. Her role covers new openings as well as refurbishments across the existing hotel estate. Recent projects include the InterContinental Ljubljana where Caroline worked closely with the designers to help create an exciting brand new hotel.
Prior to joining IHG, Caroline worked for 15 years as a designer at GA Design in London. During her time at GA, Caroline worked exclusively on interior design projects for the luxury hotel market.
As our judging day is split into two categories this year, Glenn will be part of the Projects of the Year and Design Practice judging panel.
Glenn is an employee engagement expert, entrepreneur and co-author of Build It: The Rebel Playbook for Employee Engagement. He has a decade of experience in company culture, engagement and leadership development. He runs Reward Gateway, the employee engagement technology company and is also an investor and advisor to boards on getting the best out of their people.
As our judging panel is split into two categories this year, Simon will be part of the Products of the Year, Furniture Provider and Manufacturer category judging panel.
Simon has recently set up sjjdc a Design Consultancy Collective undertaking in-depth strategic advice and change management and full Interior Design Services in the Office, Residential and Hospitality sectors.
As our judging day is split into two categories this year, Mark will be part of the Products of the Year and Manufacturer category judging panel.
Mark started in the family business straight from school, leaving a promising tennis career behind to join his two brothers in the business. Initially running the Print Department the business grew rapidly with Mark being responsible for acquiring over 10 companies during the late 90’s.In 2008 Mark became Managing Director when his brothers decided he was the best man for the job. His passion for the Industry is nearly as great as his passion for Liverpool Football Club.
As our judging day is split into two categories this year, Sally will be part of the Projects of the Year and Design Practice judging panel.
Sally is HR Director for the Knowledge Solutions business of BSI. As a key member of the executive team Sally leads the people and culture change activities. Sally has led the modernisation of BSI’s workplace at their global headquarters and the introduction of smart working to ensure that BSI is a truly resilient organisation.
Sally has 17 years in HR and Business operations roles, working in sectors such as Aerospace, Oil and Gas and Professional Services Sally is a Fellow member of the CIPD.
As our judging day is split into two categories this year, as chair judge, Mark will be on both judging panels covering all categories.
Mark started his career at BDP in 1985 and as such celebrates 30 years in the design business this year.
In 1993 he co-founded Amalgam, the multi-disciplinary kibbutz, working in retail and commercial interiors, exhibition, product and graphic design. Clients included British brand DAKS, the BBC and Sainsbury’s.
Mark moved on to become Director of Interior Design at HKS Architects, winning the 2011 BCO National Award for Best Fit Out of Workplace for the Avon Cosmetics HQ, before returning to BDP in 2011, joining the 50 strong ID team. Clients include AstraZeneca, PwC, Cambridge Assessment, Land Securities, Shaftesbury Estates, Imperial College, Atrium and Poltrona Frau. Mark has judged all 12 Mixology Awards.
As our judging day is split into two categories this year, Michael will be part of the Projects of the Year and Design Practice judging panel.
After 3 years at Westminster Hotel School, Mike Walley started his working life in the Hospitality Business. Later career diversions as a Commercial Pilot, Aid Worker and Corporate IT manager left him with an eclectic skill set that sits well in the new world of Workplace Experience.
As our judging day is split into two categories this year, Neil will be part of the Products of the Year, Furniture Provider and Manufacturer category judging panel.
With over 25 years in the industry as a property, workplace and change leader, Neil has delivered innovative environments for organisations in a variety of sectors, all over the world. He hasn’t just talked about it – as an occupier, he has been there and done it. Together with this practical experience, his influential blog (www.workessence.com), regular conference talks and occasional performance poetry have made him a leading thinker in the profession.
Posted : 22.6.2018
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