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Mystery welcomes trio of young design talent to their studio

Young designers, Dan Hinde, James Goldsworthy and Laura Sinclair add their considerable talent to the brand design and interiors teams.

Dan Hinde, who joins the studio as Brand Designer across all clients has worked predominantly in F&B brands and the luxury lifestyle market, including undertaking design and branding work for Absolut, G.H. Mumm, Perrier-Jouët and Martell Cognac.

“I have unwavering passion for design and all things branding”, says Dan. “I love working with smaller clients from the ground up, as much as working with larger more established brands, enabling them to develop and define their place in the market.”

Outside of work Dan loves exploring London, checking out exhibitions and finding new and exciting places to eat and drink!

James Goldsworthy, a graduate in Interior Design from Edinburgh College of Art adds his exceptional flair for art, illustration and design to the interiors team. Since finishing his studies, James has been on a whirlwind journey of design projects; from a Theme Park in China and the luxurious property of One Hyde Park Corner, to designing the global interiors brand guidelines for Holiday Inn Express and Holiday Inn.

“My passion for design is endless”, says James, “but my other love is Art, which I feel plays the biggest part in my creativity. For me, designing an Interior is like painting a picture.”

When he’s not working he’ll be in an art gallery recharging the batteries and afterwards, drinking and dining in the new eateries of London.

First Class Interior Architecture Honours graduate from Nottingham Trent University, Laura Sinclair, will work under head of interiors Sarah Mannerings as middleweight Interior Designer across all interiors and full concept clients.

Coming from an architectural background, Laura’s work stems from her appreciation for light and space and her interests follow suit: “I thoroughly enjoy a Brutalist building and know my way around the depths of the Barbican pretty damn well now. I’m known for frequent Euro-trips and hold a niche interest for perusing the metro system / train station in every place I go.”

Mystery is really excited to have these amazing young designers on board, bringing the company to the forefront of new and exciting design concepts as it heads towards its 20th birthday next year.

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