||||||||||||||(L-R) Russell Curtis, Tim Riley and Dieter Kleiner|TNG has been designed flexibly so that anything seems possible|Timber and natural light sidestep the usual community building cliches|Enfield Business Centre’s new glazed frontage provides a welcoming face|Enfield’s flexible reception space: “More like a pavilion than a foyer”|Building a sense of ownership: TNG Wells Park Youth Centre|Open Eye Gallery, whose Corian facade is the canvas for changing artwork|The gallery bookshop: an outward-looking design helps to increase footfall|Sinta Tantra’s Together Yet Forever Apart, ‘wall art’ for 2012’s biennial|The Europan-winning housing scheme for Stoke-on-Trent|RCKA’s three-storey extension added to tech company De La Rue’s HQ|The De La Rue building fosters the cross-fertilisation of ideas|Acoustitch, RCKA’s artwork for the Crown Estate’s 11 Waterloo Place||

Editor’s picks

Climate change means green offices need to become the norm

Feel Good Friday: How understanding your distractions can optimise your work and positively impact your happiness

Apricity is the perfect spot for a business lunch in the capital

How office spaces can help solve the challenges of working parents

ARC Club opens up its latest local co-working enterprise in Camberwell

Why being yourself at work means everybody wins

Loehr’s wall-mounted desk fits right in

What is burnout and why does it matter?

Comms agency Zetteler wants its London office to reflect the company’s desire for positive change


Workplace | Design | Architecture