Healthcare Interior Design company launches new brand at national care show

Glen King PR
Authored by Glen King PR
Posted Sunday, November 25, 2012 - 6:47pm

Access 21 Care Interiors offering  interior design exclusively for the care sector and specialists in dementia design unveiled its new brand at the Care Show at the NEC in Birmingham, the largest care-sector event in the UK.  The innovative design company created the new logo to reflect its services as specialists in the healthcare market.  The brand was developed by Plymouth-based ADG Architects.


The expanding Surbiton-based business works with clients across the South West and the UK as a whole designing across a full range of care schemes including general/extra care, nursing, learning disabilities, supported living, palliative and dementia.  The company is well known for its style of creating a ‘home from home’ atmosphere, ensuring optimum comfort and safety for residents, whilst avoiding an institutional look and feel by offering a relaxing and stimulating environment. 


Eda Brooks Projects Director, Access 21 Care Interiors says: “The team is very excited about the new logo and we have introduced the word ‘Care’ into the brand in order to get the key message across that we only design for the care sector.  We exhibit at a large number of care shows around the UK but as ‘The Care Shows’ are the largest care sector events in the UK, it seemed appropriate to unveil the new image at the NEC Birmingham.  It was well received by visitors to the stand which included a large number of loyal clients and new contacts.  We also launched an exciting new range of dementia furniture and we found exhibiting at the show very successful and generated a number of quality leads.”

Access 21 Care Interiors offers a flexible menu of services including:

  • Project management of the fit-out
  • Bespoke interior design
  • Dementia design audits
  • Bespoke design service for a range of care schemes with a specialism in dementia design
  • Competitive purchasing arrangements
  • Procurement including...
    • Specialist equipment
    • Furniture and soft-furnishings
    • Curtains, blinds, carpets and flooring
    • Equipment, interior lighting, tableware,  linen and artwork



Eda Brooks, Projects Director

T: 020 8399 3091




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