Scott Brownrigg appoints Ken Giannini as a new Interior Design Director

12.06.09

Architecture, town planning and interior design practice, Scott Brownrigg has appointed Ken Giannini as an Interior Design Director.  Ken’s appointment will further strengthen the skills of the Scott Brownrigg Interior Design team as it continues to strategically expand its interests both in the UK and internationally.  It follows recent successes including the practice being named the FX Interior Design Practice of the Year in 2008 and this month winning the AJ 100 London and South East Practice of the Year 2009.

Ken will work with Pernille Stafford, the firm’s award-winning Interior Design Director, to jointly lead the interiors and workplace part of the business.  Ken brings extensive experience in architecture and interior design and will focus on developing the practice’s business as well as leading design projects across multiple sectors, both in the UK and internationally.

Ken is an American architect and has worked most of his career in the UK, including managing his own business, Giannini and Rogers.  He has also worked for several of London’s leading design practices including Fitch, DEGW, NBBJ and recently was a director of MCM.

He is well known as an expert in office design and regularly speaks at conferences on subjects relating to the future of the working environment and the sustainable workplace. His design work includes award-winning projects for retail and corporate office clients. He is an active member of the BCO Occupiers Committee and CoreNet Global.

Ken commented, “I am delighted to join Pernille and the talented team at Scott Brownrigg at a time when many firms are consolidating and considering diversification.  I see this as a great opportunity to build upon what the firm has already achieved.  We have attained diversity through many sectors which creates great depth in the team.  Pernille and I share a drive and ambition to ensure Scott Brownrigg Interiors is recognised as the top interior firm in the UK.”