‘We want our designs to continue to tell stories but also work in a strategic way for our clients’
The interior architecture team at GT3 Architects has capped an impressive year of growth with a new senior appointment.
Charlotte Stone has been promoted to the role of Senior Interior Architectural Designer, working alongside Associate Director Michael Simpson as the dedicated department continues to expand.
The interiors team has more than doubled in size in the last year, with eight staff now working on significant projects for clients including Everyone Active, Police Scotland, Karbon Homes, and several major universities.
Simpson said: “We’re delighted to promote Charlotte into this new role – it’s indicative both of her own knowledge and expertise, and the growth in scale of projects we have been working on as an interiors team.
“As our clients continually reassess and navigate their use of space in a post-pandemic world, the difference that quality interior architecture makes has never been more important.
“Our growth has come off the back of working closely with clients and stakeholders to truly understand what they need from their workplace, and our expert team delivering solutions that work for them, not just in the short term, but in an ongoing capacity through our post-occupancy evaluations.”
The department’s expansion has been reflective of its diversifying portfolio of work, incorporating leisure, hospitality, and entertainment alongside its core strength in the workplace sector.
Stone said: “We have been working on a number of high-profile projects recently, and the growth within the team reflects the diversity of our interior offering.
“Our team is made up not just of architects and interior architects, but also technologists and psychology specialists who help us focus on our core pledge of People Architecture – making spaces that are right for the people that use them.
“We want our designs to continue to tell stories but also work in a strategic way for our clients, and I’m excited for the opportunities this new role will bring.”