Student design competition

A competition from Cutting Edge, in partnership with OnOffice magazine, CD UK and Simply Rhino, is calling architecture students and…
01 Mar 2017

Making surfaces work

Puzzle Game British design studio Barber & Osgerby has turned their hands to a playful range of geometric patterned floor…
21 Feb 2017

Switched-on Scandinavians

"We go to work to meet people and share ideas, not to sit at a computer,” says Henrik Clausen, head…
13 Jan 2017

Conducting the workspace

Windsurfing and office design are not usually spoken about in the same sentence but sometimes inspiration strikes in the most…
10 Jan 2017

Patternity at the Ace Hotel

Having a quick dip in the hotel swimming pool or finding time for a workout in the gym is one…
09 Dec 2016

Airport seating: high hopes

Charles and Ray Eames’ Tandem Sling is an iconic design, one of the first to address the need for comfortable,…
23 Aug 2016

Integrated technology: Devil in the detail

As technology plays an ever-growing part in our daily lives it is also becoming more prominent in the workspace; new…
26 Jul 2016

Inside the offices of the future

Offices these days are buzzing. Literally. Alerts are coming through phones, computers, and watches; desks are embedded with charging docks…
30 Jun 2016

Review: Clerkenwell Design Week

British Ceramic Tile (above) Surfaces wunderkind Giles Miller worked his magic at various locations around Clerkenwell to produce a range…
24 Jun 2016

PearsonLloyd and Teknion reveal new collection at NeoCon

As part of their ongoing collaboration, PearsonLloyd and Teknion are launching Zones, a series of furniture products at NeoCon 2016…
13 Jun 2016

The community table

Taking a cue from the restaurant sector, “community tables” are making appearances in office lobbies, corporate cafes and meeting spaces.…
10 May 2016

Ode to plywood

Ah plywood, the onion of the construction world. Multi-layered, versatile, and the basis for many an architectural recipe, though rarely…
19 Apr 2016

Workplaces today are constantly in flux, says Benjamin Hubert

With his new company Layer, UK designer Benjamin Hubert is figuratively removing his name from above the door to some…
04 Mar 2016

Preview: Stockholm Furniture Fair

Bolon London-based design studio Doshi Levien has worked with Swedish floor maestros Bolon to develop its latest range, Bolon by…
08 Feb 2016

'The division between home & contract furniture has almost disappeared'

The boundaries between contract and home furniture have grown increasingly fuzzy lately, but Cristiano Pigazzini, co-founder of Swedish design studio…
20 Jan 2016

Top tech start-ups from LDF 2015

Cube by Palette Launching in the UK at 100% Design, Cube began as a university project four years ago, which…
22 Oct 2015

Grant Gibson reviews Koleksiyon's Oblivion

In the 50 or so issues I’ve been writing this column I haven’t come across a product that has arrived…
06 Oct 2015

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