Leading design expert signs up with office fit-out firm

The Distillery

Bath-based office design company Interaction has appointed a senior designer who has helped to create some of the region’s most striking workplaces.

Sarah Pasquall joins Interaction from the architecture practice AWW where she was a senior interior designer working on large-scale building projects.

Projects included the stunning new University of Bath School of Management building at Claverton Down and The Distillery office development in Bristol’s Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone, where Sarah designed core facilities including the main reception area.

Interaction has also designed occupier-ready offices at The Distillery as part of its new fast-turnaround workspace solution to help landlords let office space more quickly and profitably.

Interaction’s managing director Dieter Wood said: “We’re really excited to welcome Sarah to our growing team at a time when many businesses are having to rethink their office space.

“Sarah has tremendous experience both in the design and delivery of innovative projects and has created stunning interiors for some of the region’s most high-profile office and academic buildings.

“Sarah’s skills will be in great demand here at Interaction where we’re on a mission to banish boring offices and create workplaces that foster culture and creativity, helping businesses attract and retain the brightest talent.”

Interaction has been creating workplaces for organisations across the South West since 1992.

Interaction’s core services include workplace strategy and consulting, workplace design, office fit-out, and furniture consultancy.

Key recent projects include workspaces for Xledger, GKN Aerospace’s Global Technology Centre and FemTech business Elvie, although Interaction may be most widely known for the design and build of money.co.uk’s incredible castle (along with Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen).



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