Meet Kim - September's 'Most Valuable Player'

By Katie Mitchelmore on 15 October 2018

Meet Kim, September’s ‘Most Valuable Player’!

Since joining the team last year Kim’s perseverance and positive attitude to adopting new approaches have been instrumental for us here at Spacelab. Having worked on Virgin Care Private’s Health and Wellbeing Clinic in Birmingham, Kim was the first to adopt our new approach to working, successfully designing and delivering a truly inspiring space that has just been shortlisted in this years’ FX Awards!

Working alongside Michael, Kim then went on to design advertising agency Iris' dynamic new workspace, which completed last month. With the client stating "10 out of 10 for the design and 10 out of 10 for the solution", the project is a true testament to Kim's creativity, talent and drive.

Kim will now be heading off to soak up the sun in Costa Rica for a very well deserved break!

Here’s what some of us Labbers had to say about Kim...

"For digging in and persevering with a new way of working on Virgin Care Private - pure dedication."

"Nailing it on Iris whilst stepping up and embracing the new ways of working. This woman gets her head down in a delightfully friendly, chilled way and works SO hard. Total team player demonstrating serious together-ness. Visionary in her approach to the new ways."

"Very cool, calm and inspiring designer. She puts design first ahead of everything else - there are no limits. Awesome person to work with and there’s never a dull moment."

"Always totally on it when it comes to design. Constantly inspiring people on site and the client with noticing and picking up on tiny details and not letting them go. A huge asset to our visionary designs at Spacelab."

"Always works extremely hard. The most creative person I have met and has so much passion for what we do. Her work on Iris kept me going and it would not have happened without her. The design was always pushed and it has turned out to be an amazing finished project."

Topics: design, team, spacelab, architecture, workplace productivity, Office wellbeing, employeeappreciation, company culture