Monday, 20 June 2011 10:48

UNStudio

UNStudio Nestled in a patch of parkland in Groningen, the Netherlands, sits a new office building that has been touted as one of the greenest in Europe. It’s certainly one of the most flamboyant. The 92m-tall tower, designed for the city’s Education Executive Agency and Tax Office, has the sort of aerodynamic expression generally reserved for pavilions, museums or modern churches – not sensible offices built during straightened times. The structure’s undulating curves, accented by horizontal fins flowing across the facade,…
Monday, 20 June 2011 10:34

Saunders Architecture's Long Studio

Saunders Architecture's Long Studio A dynamic black object perches on a rocky outcrop in the north Atlantic, its angular form somehow appearing indigenous and otherworldly in equal measures. This is Fogo Island, a windswept archipelago off the north coast of Newfoundland and home to around 3,000 people. Raised up on wooden struts, the structure recalls the architecture of fishermen’s houses that scatter the landscape. It is poetic, a fact embellished by the building’s function as an artist’s studio, but its existence is due to…
Monday, 20 June 2011 10:20

Onesize by Origins Architecture

Onesize by Origins Architecture The colonisation of former industrial spaces by the creative industries has become a familiar tale over the last decade. It seemed like, to slot into the new mediocracy, all you needed was a warehouse, a cool website and slightly pretentious company name. Nebulous, the dot.com bubble inevitably burst, and everyone grew up. Yet despite the primary-colour nightmare of yesteryear, former industrial spaces remain top of any creative company’s wish-list. The large windows, generous ceilings and abundance of daylight are just…
Monday, 20 June 2011 10:01

Azure office in Kiev

Azure office in Kiev In the current drive to demonstrate austerity and up space efficiency, the element of fun in office design often seems to fall by the wayside. Which is why looking further afield, to more unexpected places, can often pay dividends. It is the bold use of colours, materials and shapes found in Azure’s new offices in Kiev that many of us have been missing. The big allure of this project is its playfulness and imagination. Sergey Makhno, the designer behind it,…
Monday, 20 June 2011 09:47

No Picnic by Elding Oscarson

No Picnic by Elding Oscarson As a rule, mirrored walls are a no-no. Exceptions apply to aerobics studios, police interrogation rooms and 1970s discotheques, but otherwise this design feature has no place in civilised society. Or so we thought. Every now and then onoffice receives a scheme in its inbox that prompts a collective sigh of admiration (and longing) from the entire team. Elding Oscarson’s space for Stockholm design firm No Picnic is one of those. It’s a brainy beauty – making the most of…
Tuesday, 14 June 2011 13:48

Trapeze by Peter Stathis

Trapeze by Peter Stathis Of the many recent task light launches, this has to be one of the most visually arresting. The Trapeze LED Table Light, the work of American designer Peter Stathis and produced by Joby, can be precisely positioned thanks its the bulb-like counterweight. It features a slimline flat-panel LED that produces a warm, even light over large areas, meaning it is no slouch in the efficiency department either.
Monday, 06 June 2011 08:31

Onoffice talks - office revamps

Onoffice talks - office revamps Bringing an outdated office building up to standard is one of the key challenges in our industry. onoffice magazine invites you to to discuss the topic in the third talk hosted with B&B Italia on 28 June. Steve Smith of AHMM and Paul Williams of Derwent will present  on the newly overhauled Angel Building, followed by Linda Morey Smith on 200 Aldersgate. Don’t miss it! Building Revamps 28 June at 7pm Architects Lounge at B&B Italia 250 Brompton Road London…
Friday, 03 June 2011 11:15

Meet-U by Burgess Works

Meet-U by Burgess Works Burgess Works, a new office furniture division from family-owned company Burgess Furniture, has launched its first range designed by Broome Jenkins. The Meet-U conference table system is light weight and comes in a variety of top shapes and finishes that can be reconfigured and bridged together to suit different spaces. The product will be produced on site at the Burgess factory in southern England.
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