Interior design firm THID joins BLP

Billard Leece Partnership (BLP) has teamed up with interior design studio THID to diversify its services.

THID director Tonya Hinde will join BLP with her current employees and newly appointed Vicki Murphie, a workplace designer.

Hinde and Murphie will oversee a team of eight interior designers working across BLP’s studios.

BLP and THID have a 20-year relationship. The first collaboration between the two firms took place in 1997.

Together they have worked on numerous projects including the Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne, the University of Melbourne Werribee Redevelopment, BlueCross Springfield Redevelopment, Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre and Hong Kong Children’s Hospital.

“The expertise of both Vicki and THID is an ideal accompaniment to our existing architectural capabilities and will enable BLP to deliver an end-to-end, innovative solutions to our wide range of clients,” Andy Scott, director of operations at BLP said.

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