Red Apple Designs.
We design from the inside out.
Red Apple Designs have over 20 years experience of working in the field of internal design. We have an infectious passion for our business and can support a design process with a wide range of 2D and 3D example images to illustrate the ideas and engage the discussions.Scroll
What's in your box?
We design from the inside out.
Internal space designers, FFE consultants and project managers.
We are a team of successful designers, procurers and project managers specialising in the markets of Education, Healthcare and Commercial properties. We have a well defined approach to engaging with the end users and the design team. We can create a range of environments and working experiences to match a brief. Our procurement expertise and knowledge of the UK manufacturing is extensive enabling a substantial proportion of the solution to be sourced within the UK.
For more information contact Karen Sanderson
Red Apple Designs offers each client a bespoke service to cater for their individual needs.
Our services can range from a complete turn key concept design through to installation or any of the individual stages within e.g. space planning, procurement, project management etc.
Looking to move to new premises or revamp existing ones?
We can offer a design service that includes:
Services infrastructure design
Interior partitions modeling
IT analysis and infrastructure development
Site management and installation
Legacy audits and recommendation reports
Sectors we work in
Commercial offices new design, refurbishment and relocation
Education from nursery through to University education
Healthcare including care homes, residential homes and half way houses
Special needs accommodation including respite homes, specialist schools covering the full spectrum of special needs
What our customers say
I would wholeheartedly recommend Red Apple designs to anyone looking for a concept-to-realisation interpretation & fit out.
Working with Red Apple Design on the Sir Charles Kao UTC project in Harlow enabled a highly effective partnership between architect, furniture and equipment. The highly dedicated team, led by your good self not only fully realised the educational vision but moved beyond it. The finished concept is a truly unique organisation where the brand identity and educational vision are wholly apparent. The educational brief was interpreted by a highly skilled team who were able to source an interior vision that not only provided value for money but more importantly lended itself exceptionally well to the new era of education that Sir Charles Kao UTC is chartered to offer. It was a pleasure to work with them.Mike McKeaveney
Principal Sir Charles Kao UTC
Red Apple Designs added significant value to the interpretation of the educational brief into the design of the building & individual spaces within it.
Their role was critical to the success of the building and the results are clear to see. Their process of engaging in partnership with the architects Jestico & Whiles, meant furniture and equipment became seamless in its delivery with the building. I have no hesitation in recommending them to others.Stephen Leahey
Principal The Leigh UTC
They challenged us, showed us new ideas & delivered everything we wanted and much more.
Red Apple Designs delivered a marvelous scheme for Burton. Their engagement with us throughout the process was great. Their understanding of our needs was exceptional and so gave us a truly inspired solution.Janak Patel
Principal Burton and South Derbyshire UTC
Well versed with EFA output specification requirements, good product and technical knowledge, engages well with clients, use of BIM for drawn and pricing informationSteve Smith
Education Design Director - Wates Construction
Excellent service, wold not hesitate to use again or recommend othersAlex Jefferson
Bid Manager - Wates Construction
Red Apple Design has supported us in creating new innovative learning environments that enact our school vision of “Excellence and Enjoyment”.
They embraced our desire to explore new ways to teaching and learning and developed outcomes that were innovative, insightful and practical. Their in-depth knowledge and experience of school layouts and design enabled them to offer solutions and suggest products that others would not be aware of, whilst remaining within the ever-changing budget.Sarah Hague
Headteacher - Les Quennevais School, Jersey
We design all manner of spaces for higher education up to and including research facilities. Our most recent work was Grangegorman Campus Dublin University of Technology Central Quad and East quad which was awarded Education building of the year 2021 Irish Construction Industry Awards. The 2 quads were 5 storey buildings incorporating all areas of curriculum for technology, science, catering, arts and media. Our role included planning all spaces from a blank sheet of paper taking the design brief and creating spaces that delivered the curriculum, through to procurement and installation.
The role included laboratory planning and design, creating a National Optometry Centre, a National Concert Hall and support spaces, fine arts and media, catering teaching plus teaching super spaces such as classrooms, meeting rooms and lecture spaces. In all spaces, we designed a solution that was right for each department and each space considering all aspects of coordination including gasses, audio visual requirements, extract and power and data demands. This role was pivotal in terms of translating highly technical curriculum demands into the design team, incorporating legacy equipment including high spec scientific equipment, items of significant display impact including some ‘museum’ pieces and a mass of general equipment exceeding 5,000 items.View Brochure
Our great team have been involved in multiple projects including:
Jon Sisk & Sons (Holding) Ltd
Bond Bryan Architects
Nicholas Hare Architects
Jestico + Whiles Architects
London Borough of Richmond upon Thames
The Kingston Academy
Engaging with confidence with all stakeholders, noted as being the bid differentiator.
BIM Compliant to level 2 and 3
Working in 3D to inform the design decisions and to coordinate with the rest other parts of the design team, and resolve design issues prior to construction.
20 years of procurement knowledge of direct sourcing from Manufacturers, cutting out the middle man avoiding additional costs.
Helping to maximise your existing assets and identify how this could seamlessly be incorporated into a new scheme.
Delivery from Kerb side, unwrapping, waste management, placement and snagging.
Commercial offices / Higher Education / SEN / Healthcare / Digital media / Technology / Sciences.
An award winning Design Director, procurement and logistic expert Karen has worked in the commercial, health and education sector for the past 20 years. Her experience is extensive and she has the ability to translate a brief into a suite of spaces that deliver a modern yet technically engaging and adaptive environment.
Adam has worked within the FF&E sector since 2003. He lectured in Conceptual design and planning at BA level, tutoring at Art and Design foundation level teaching Product/ Furniture design, architecture/interiors and sculpture. He has a wide experience of the furniture and equipment manufacturing industry and have been involved in designing bespoke furniture within the educational sector. He has an in depth knowledge on FF&E /MEP service integration of the design and build process.
The Joiners Shop | Unit 34 The Historic Dockyard | Chatham | ME4 4TZ
101 Rose Street South Lane |
Edinburgh | EH2 3JG
Red Apple Designs at The Joiners Shop
The Joiners Shop is a Scheduled Ancient Monument situated at the heart of Chatham’s world-famous historic dockyard. With over 100 buildings and structures, including 47 Scheduled Ancient Monuments, the Historic Dockyard is both an international maritime heritage site and designated conservation area.
Many of the building’s remarkable original features remain in its latest incarnation – with every care being given to preserve and incorporate them into the new design, wherever possible. Considering the building’s age, it has remained in relatively good condition. Initial surveys showed signs of water ingress so structural work was required to prevent further damage and to create a suitable modern working environment.
Today, The Joiners Shop stands as a showcase for both innovative design and cutting-edge restoration techniques.