tp bennett has made two senior appointments to strengthen its interiors team as part of the company’s growth plan and to support delivery of its ‘business to boutique’ design strategy.
Corinne Pringle, former MD of MCM has joined the company as director at a time of significant change across the commercial property market to become increasingly brand and design led.
A former competitor of tp bennett and with 30 years’ experience in corporate interiors, Corinne will join the team of 20 directors and advise corporate clients on identifying and developing the design brief. She will take the lead with a portfolio of projects and mentor the growing team of designers.
Anne Kuzyk has been formally appointed to director after one year with the company. With 30 years’ of commercial and international experience, five years spent as a director at Aukett Fitzroy Robinson, Anne’s role will focus on developing the company’s hotels, leisure and hospitality and high-end residential sectors and continuing her work with international corporate clients.
tp bennett has seen an increase in requests from large and boutique companies looking towards high end hospitality and residential design as their influence. Corporate clients are also approaching tp bennett’s interiors team for advice on how to deliver workspaces that will appeal to a younger generation and add value to their property portfolio.
Richard Beastall, tp bennett Principal Director, said:
“Both Corinne and Anne have been appointed at a time when design is being discussed in the boardroom, across global organisations as well as independent boutiques. They both bring specialist skills and experience to the team, which will enable us to strengthen our offer of high quality, innovative design across all sectors.”
“We have an opportunity to dramatically change the way people work because workplace is integral to retaining and attracting good talent. This is why clients across all sectors are looking towards high quality design more than ever and which is why I am thrilled to be joining a practice that is already a leader in this field.”
“The hospitality, leisure and high-end residential sectors realise more than ever that design provides a competitive edge. Individuals today have high standards so companies want to deliver greater innovation, and this is where we can help them push the boundaries.”