Thursday, January 21, 2021

New workspace specialist joins East Midlands fit-out firm

East Midlands fit-out firm Butler & Willow has announced the appointment of Luiza da Silva as its new workspace specialist.

Butler & Willow provides workplace solutions through tailored interior design, fit-out, refurbishment, workplace furniture, mezzanine floors, shelving systems and storage solutions.

Luiza, who is currently completing the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) professional pathway, holds a National Diploma in Art & Design from Barnet College in London and most recently studied Interior Architecture & Design at Nottingham Trent University. She joins the firm’s talented team of designers, project managers and build professionals at its working showroom in Long Eaton.

Luiza said: “I’m thrilled to join Butler & Willow and its highly skilled team, and I’m very much looking forward to further strengthening my design skills and moving forward with the firm as it continues to prove itself as a leader in the industry.

“There is such a focus on wellbeing within the workplace now and I’m so excited to start helping our valued customers transform their workplaces into spaces that their team find inspiring, motivating and enjoyable to be in.”

James Willow, Managing Director of Butler & Willow, said: “Luiza’s valuable experience in working closely with both clients and our on-site team is perfect for our customer focused approach. She has already demonstrated her creativity and passion for design and is a fantastic asset to our team, who will help us create amazing spaces for the clients who we partner with.

“At Butler & Willow we are dedicated to progression and another new hire shows the extent to which our business is developing successfully. The team make us prouder than we could have ever imagined and every day we grow stronger.”

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