Award-winning commercial fit-out and workspace specialist, Butler & Willow, has appointed another impressive workspace designer by the name of Catherine Lee to its talent line-up.
The East Midlands-based firm provides tailored workplace solutions across interior design, fit-out, refurbishment, workplace furniture, mezzanine floors and shelving systems.
Joining the team from its working showroom on Queen Street in Long Eaton – home to team of more than 25 designers, project managers and build professionals – Catherine will be responsible for developing design concepts, keeping up with trends and producing impressive visuals in order to help create stunning new workspaces for the company’s continued clients.
The Nottingham native received a BA in Interior Design at Sheffield Hallam University before going on to work at CPMG Architects Ltd in Nottingham.
Catherine, a member of the Chartered Society of Designers, said: “I’m so excited to be starting my new role at Butler & Willow where I can utilise my creativity to design innovative and inspiring workspaces.
“Butler & Willow continues to be at the top of its game in the industry and I feel privileged to be a part of the portfolio of work the skilled team deliver. I’ve already started on some very interesting projects and I’m really looking forward to progressing my career here.”
Managing director at Butler& Willow, James Willow, said: “Great companies are made up of great people and Catherine is a fantastic new addition to our remarkable team.
“We’re always innovating and pushing hard to add value to the clients we partner with and the importance of wellbeing within workspaces that retain skills and attract valuable talent are now essential talking points across all sectors. Catherine has not only complemented our team but has again added another great personality to our highly regarded offering underpinned by our well-known people culture.
“Our team is set to grow even more in the coming months and these additions continue to provide exciting times for a business based on great people – I’m very proud of what we all continue to achieve.”