Re-imagining the Workplace

Emily, Head of Interior Design at Waddington has recently been featured in the latest Gallery magazine. In the article she shares her perspective on the future of workplace design post-Covid and the importance of adaptability.


The Future of Offices

Emily Musker, Head of Interior Design here at Waddington talks to ITV about the impact Covid-19 has had on office culture and what the future of the workplace will look like.

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Trees in Town

During the Jersey Architecture Day 2019 Urszula, our Landscape Architect, sat on a panel of experts on trees and encouraged a discussion about the importance of trees in our daily life and wellbeing, especially in a hostile urban environment.

As a part of the campaign Waddington’s team installed 15 trees which was met with a great interest and enthusiasm from the public.

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The Lounge for Macmillan

Following the successful refurbishment of The Oasis, Macmillan Jersey’s Cancer Support Centre, we were engaged to help Macmillan Jersey with a new project – to create a new a café and bookshop – the proceeds of which would be used by the charity to offer further support to the island. The first floor of the new café houses a new fundraising office, which not only frees up space at The Oasis to create more counselling rooms, but also makes the fundraising team more accessible to people or businesses looking to get involved with the charity.

Waddington Interiors are proud to be supporters of Macmillan Jersey’s incredibly important works, and it is a privilege to work alongside a team of contractors and consultants who all offered their time and materials at a discounted rate to support the project.



Clarkson House for Jersey Hospice

Jersey Hospice Care is one of those charities that has more than likely helped someone you know at some point in your life, so as you can imagine it was quite close to our hearts when we were involved in its major redevelopment. Waddington thoroughly enjoyed working on this project as it was clear every member of the Design and Construction team gave a little extra care and attention to ensure a positive contribution to this community project. We were keen not to lose the ambience of the original Clarkson House yet ensure compliance with strict Health standards was maintained, so with the help of an enthusiastic client team and our Interior Design Department we were tasked to balance these criteria. We included generous corridor widths with breakout spaces, a variety of lounges, community coffee shop, private outdoor spaces and even a Winter Garden (yet to be constructed in a later phase) to give the patients and staff a comfortable environment to live and work in.
When the new patients’ wing was completed, Waddington wanted to contribute more than just their design expertise and offered to plant part of the landscape gardens to give something back to the community.
Jersey Hospice