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The EG Awards – set to take place at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London later this year – are an annual coming together of the real estate industry and celebrating the incredible businesses, people and creativity the sector boasts.
In partnership with TSP, Peldon Rose has been shortlisted for the Inclusive Design Award and the Best Workplace Award, thanks to the team’s dedication throughout the year on our projects for The prestigious accolades are hotly anticipated this year, with companies like Convene, Cadogan and TSP on the 2022 shortlist.
ClientEarth needed a functional and reflective office space that brought emphasis to collaboration, environment and sustainability. Their new office in the heart of Islington brings to life the company’s vision and serves as a thoughtful and resourceful workspace.
Boasting a fresh biophilic design, The Joinery – a large, converted warehouse with striking four-metre ceiling heights – puts raw natural materials at the forefront of its design and supplies the perfect live-and-breathe atmosphere for the business and its employees.
MS Society needed to help transition the MS Society’s team back into the office and support the shift to a smart working approach which encourages a better work-life balance. It was vital that the of the space, which covers two floors, helped unlock the London office’s full potential, offering an inclusive and accessible space for all.
Located across the road from Finsbury Park station, MS Society’s new workspace offers an inspiring destination to welcome staff back to the office as restrictions ease and the charity moves to a more flexible way of working.
Congratulations are again in order to our friends at TSP, who have been nominated for their work on Thirty Lighterman in King's Cross in the Best Workplace category. Read more about the project here.
In the wake of COP26, the EG Awards has made huge strides in its goal to become a fully carbon-neutral affair over the next few years, making its menu fully vegetarian and not using paper wherever possible. With increasingly inclusive entertainment and a more relaxed ‘come as yourself’ dress code, this year’s ceremony promises to be its most exciting one yet.
You can read the full shortlist here.