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MIO have a strong track record of delivering large commercial interior projects. We are equally happy working alongside architects and interior designers or to take on the creative control ourselves. We initially work in CAD to create accurate working models and visualisations and produce the majority of the furniture in house at our Portslade and Steyning based workshops. Please get in touch to start a conversation about your project or for further information. 

The Fitz, Kemptown - Brighton

The Fitzherberts Community Hub is a new space for the local community in Kemptown. Within the grounds of St John the Baptist Church, it is named in honour of Maria Fitzherberts who paid for the church to be built after separating from King George IV. Making it Out were responsible for the cabinetry and furniture in the new space, working in conjunction with archietcts Stead & Co and the new cafe residents The Real Junk Food Project, Brighton. 


Hisbe, Worthing

Working with Hisbe has always been a pleasure, so when they asked us to create their new shop environment in Worthing we were over the moon and intent on making it somewhere really special to shop. Hisbe have always been willing to take risks and their sustainable and community focused business model is an inspiration in the local social economy. We were intent that this shop should represent everything good about Hisbe and make it as usable and sustainable as we could. The shop is well worth a visit and they are always fully stocked with a great variety of local goodies. 

Outfit @ Emmaus

Outfit @ Emmaus, Portslade

The beginning of our shopfitting journey was the refitting of the chapel at Emmaus Brighton in Portslade Old Village. The brief was to transform a stunning old chapel into a stylish vintage clothing emporium (far more than just another charity shop!). We were also tasked with completing this transformation using primarily OSB (fancy chipboard to you), oh and could they have a floating ceiling...hopefully the pictures say it all. If not then maybe watch this video of us discussing it on the BBC.