As a renowned architect with a wealth of experience in designing a variety of different spaces, Stuart Finnie has made it his mission to revolutionise the way we work. Over the past decade, he has focussed on creating innovative and human-centric workplace designs that prioritise the well-being and experience of the end-user. Finnie predicts that the key trend for 2023 will be a deeper level of care and consideration for these factors, incorporating elements such as sustainability, diversity, and psychological safety practices.
At Unispace, Stuart works to create high-functioning environments that reflect the values and identity of each organisation, while also enhancing the individual user experience. He recognises that no two workplaces are the same and believes that individuality is key to finding the most creative and innovative designs for each client.
But Stuart's ambitions don't end with the present – he also has a vision for the office of the future. He envisions a space that effortlessly caters to collaboration, focused work, and celebration, all within the same environment. This future office would be characterised by a warm, welcoming, and vibrant atmosphere, but also intelligent enough to anticipate and harmonise the acoustic needs of its occupants. With his passion for designing environments that "spark brilliance," Finnie is helping to shape the future of the modern workplace.
Meet Stuart Finnie
Stuart is an architect and interior designer with experience in traditional architectural practice and design & build. He has extensive experience in designing in different environments and spaces for a variety of occupants. His past clients include the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Royal Botanical Gardens Kew and English Heritage. As well as major workplace projects for Accenture, Samsung AI and Adidas.