Mackay + Partners has always worked with other architects and designers. We believe this enriches our work and exposes us to other ways of working that can benefit us and our clients.

We have strengthened our working links by collaborating with international design partners:

Kostow Greenwood -

Photo (c)Marco Craig

“Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola is one of the most in-demand product designers in Europe, known for iconic products as the Fjord chair and for her innovative vision at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Barcelona. Her designs reflect her own character: passionate, intense and full of life.”

Patricia Urquiola -

Nick Bewick of AMDL -

"Nicholas Bewick was born in England, in Newcastle Upon Tyne. He undertook his architectural studies at Canterbury School of Architecture and is a member of the RIBA. Following his initial professional experience at Michael Hopkins Architects in London in 1985 he moved to Milan to undertake a Master in Design at the Domus Academy. After completing the course he started his long term collaboration with the architect Michele De Lucchi."

Concrete Design -

Motel One -

"The Munich-based company was founded in 2000 and currently operates 65 hotels with 18,064 rooms. Motel One offers a unique combination of high-quality interiors, exclusive design, excellent service and outstanding city centre locations at attractive prices."

Futurespace -

"As Design Director, Gavin Harris applies his vision and expertise to every project ensuring the physical spaces designed and created by futurespace are future-focused, intelligent and practical in order to enhance people’s lives and businesses. His creative skills have been built over years of delivering design services to the world’s best businesses and brands. He has worked throughout Australia and Europe over the past twenty years, and joined futurespace in 2009."

Various projects have enabled other collaborations. We worked with Renzo Piano, Paris on Central St Giles, the high-end 60-room residential development near London’s Centre Point, completed in 2011.

For Merck Serono’s Geneva headquarters we worked with architect Helmut Jahn. Our role was to ensure the interiors were seamlessly integrated into the building and bring human scale to the environment.

We worked with hotelier Ian Schrager and international designer Phillip Starck as executive architect for London’s St Martin Lane Hotel , for which we provided full design and on site services, and the Sanderson Hotel, which we took to planning permission stage.