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Birmingham: how Britain's second city is making a comeback

Birmingham has always struggled with its image – its brutalist architecture gazing down on a network of ring roads, underpasses…
29 May 2018

How to future-proof our buildings? An example from Berlin

Why build smart? That's one of the key questions and it covers a whole sector or spectrum of people involved…
25 May 2018

The Minster Building: City of London neo-gothic gets a refurb

With the post-modernist masterpiece at One Poultry having just reopened replete with a trendy WeWork outpost, Foster’s new Bloomberg HQ…
21 May 2018

Wild West Coast: Feldman Architecture converts an old stables building

For a company to leave a location as iconic as San Francisco’s Ferry Building overlooking the bay, I suspect incentives must…
11 May 2018

Hawkins\Brown's bespoke Here East robotics research facility for UCL Bartlett is on point

There’s one word that sums up what we’ve been doing here and that word is collaboration,” says Roger Hawkins, co-founder…
08 May 2018

Future Proof: Orms brings forgotten London landmark back to life

Joining together elements from the past and present, while ensuring an office building is futureproof, doesn’t always work – but in…
04 May 2018

MoreySmith tunes up Sony Music HQ

Leading design and architecture practice practice MoreySmith has completed a renovation of Sony Music’s headquarters, in a Grade-II listed art deco…
30 Apr 2018

MIPIM 2018: Smart technology dominated discussions

Cannes might be known for its red carpet glamour and constant stream of sunshine, but in March it was something…
25 Apr 2018

Gucci HQ: Piuarch brings a retired aircraft factory in the centre of Milan to life

Space is something of a luxury these days. Particularly in London, where office measurements are shrinking at an astonishingly fast…
24 Apr 2018

Bloomberg and White Collar Factory among best workplaces in London by BCO 

The new Bloomberg offices, the White Collar Factory, and Here East are amongst the London workplaces recognised but the British…
23 Apr 2018

Storey: Hût designs British Land's new flexible working space in Appold Street

It’s a curious meeting of worlds at Appold Street in the Liverpool Street area of London, where one of Hût…
29 Mar 2018

Hayward Gallery: Brutalist landmark reopens

London’s Hayward Gallery, one of the city’s brutalist landmarks, has returned after a two-year renovation closure. On a rather blistering…
20 Mar 2018

Regional focus: Slough reinvents itself with a wave of workspaces

Historically perceived as an uninspiring industrial town filled with passing commuters, Slough – a large settlement on the western fringe of…
16 Mar 2018

UK Construction Week: New code of conduct to promote diversity in the industry

The construction industry is making a conscientious effort towards incresing diversity and boosting inclusivity. UK Construction Week as the leading…
14 Mar 2018

Crate Loughton: a community-driven workplace in shipping containers

Who knew that a pocket of workplace innovation was on OnOffice’s doorstep? Residing in a formerly unloved site, once home to…
06 Mar 2018

Paul McAneary Architects: how a Japanese facade transformed a London alley

Snaking from Charing Cross Road to Denmark Street
in the heart of London’s West End, Flitcroft Street is a back…
21 Feb 2018

Regional focus: Hull emerges into the spotlight

Last year was quite a year for East Yorkshire’s port city of Hull, the spotlight shining on its status as…
09 Feb 2018

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