Kettle Collective win the SEPA One Planet Award 2016

Kettle Collective is honoured to have won the SEPA One Planet Award at the 2016 Scottish Business Awards last night. The SEPA One Planet Award is awarded to companies who focus on sustainable development in their business goals and aspirations. “We believe that as Architects we have a duty to mitigate the effects of climate change by designing buildings, which work harder to perform better, and at Kettle Collective we are at the forefront of global sustainable design. We make…

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Kettle Collective Visit The Palace

Today is an exciting day for the Kettle Collective team as Tony Kettle and Colin Bone head to Buckingham Palace tonight to receive The Queens Award for Enterprise in International Trade 2016 from Her Majesty The Queen. Kettle Collective won Britain’s most coveted business award from Her Majesty the Queen, The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade 2016, announced on the Queens 90th birthday, on the back of soaring International trade. The Queen’s Award is awarded for “outstanding achievement…

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Business Scotland Interview for Queens Award

Kettle Collective has won Britain’s most coveted business award from Her Majesty the Queen, The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade 2016, announced today on the Queen’s 90th birthday, on the back of soaring International trade. BBC Radio Scotland’s Gillian Marles came to Kettle Collective’s Edinburgh Headquarters to talk to Tony Kettle and Colin Bone, and to find out more. Here we have a short clip, but to listen to the full programme, please visit the BBC Radio Scotland…

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Kettle Collective wins the 2016 Queen’s Award for Enterprise

Kettle Collective Limited, a UK based, multi award winning international Architect has won Britain’s most coveted business award from Her Majesty the Queen, The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade 2016, announced today on the Queen’s 90th birthday, on the back of soaring International trade. The Queen’s Award is awarded for “outstanding achievement resulting in substantial growth, sustained over a minimum period of 3 years or more”. Kettle Collective was founded just over 3 years ago in Edinburgh by…

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Kettle Collective win at Cityscape Awards

Dr Robert Cooke, Buro Happold, presents the Leisure and Toursim Future award to Colin Bone

International architecture and design studio, Kettle Collective, was awarded for the best Future Leisure and Tourism building design at the 2014 Cityscape Awards for Emerging Markets. The award was presented to Colin Bone, Managing Director at Kettle Collective, at the Cityscape Awards and Cocktail Evening, which was held at the Burj Khalifa on the 22nd of September 2014. Cityscape Awards for Emerging Markets brings together design visionaries and forward-thinking leaders in the United Arab Emirates to showcase unique projects that…

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Updates from Mipim

Friday: Friday is always a bit of a slow day, and today is no different. People seem a little jaded. I would be interested to know how many miles have been walked by the 20,000 participants. I know I have clocked up a few and can tell by the blisters on my feet. I think trainers should be mandatory for all participants, but you know what they say, over 40s shouldn’t wear trainers unless they’re partaking in sport. You could,…

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Updates from Mipim

Thursday AM: Has MIPIM changed over the 9 years that I have been attending (which incidentally equates to only 36% of MIPIMs in Cannes)? It is definitely recovering from the slump in 2009 to 2012. Numbers seem to be on the up again, from last year, but it still remains very focused with the right people attending. Back in 2006 or 2007 I met and talked to many developers and clients in the bars (where incidentally most of the connections…

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Updates from Mipim

Thursday AM: Another morning…. another Berocca. Another late night for most. Some of the people walking about are a little more crumpled and their eyes a little more glazed, even more than yesterday. Lots of sunglasses on show, even though the sun isn’t fully up yet. Yesterday was fascinating and I am looking forward to today with as much gusto. British Design was discussed at great length yesterday and the appreciation of good design is evident. With the improving economic…

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Updates from Mipim

Wednesday PM: The “Countries of Honour” this year are Russia, Turkey and Brazil (quite a solid football theme with 2 of the 3 as the next hosts of the World Cup and great to also see Qatar here in force as well) What difference does the country of honour have on each of the days for the average attendee? Not a lot. Not a lot unless you are specifically attending the discussions that are being held by each Nation. But…

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