||||||||Kevin Carmody and Andrew Groarke|The glowing Regent’s Place Pavilion offers a place of respite to nearby office workers|Bespoke shelving units clad the walls of the Architecture Foundation’s offices in London Bridge|Light-footed intervention: the use of plywood echoes the practice’s own office|The industrial columns of the Edwardian building were retained|The practice’s proposed plans for the Festival Centre in Sheffield|Understated: this office fit out in Limerick has the feel of a gallery, while the sculptural staircase takes centre stage||

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