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Yushi Uehara’s Shaken Office

Concern for the user and a building the viewer will look beyond rather than at, inspired Zerodegree’s Shaken Office development in Groningen Yushi Uehara has

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Red Bull’s London HQ by MoreySmith

Energy drink firm Red Bull sharpens its image with a move to more grown-up offices in London Bridge  Red Bull, the super-caffeinated energy drink used

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Master of minimalism: Naoto Fukasawa

His products may be steeped in conceptual theory and philosophy, but prolific Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa really just wants to make people feel good  In

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Daredevil: Brighton’s Sean Dare

The Brighton-based designer Sean Dare talks to onoffice about his new design consultancy, taking risks and the impact of a good writing desk  “I don’t

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The rise of Passivehaus in the UK

Passivhaus, the utopian benchmark of low-carbon building design is finally finding roots in the UK. Rachel Calton looks at those pioneering the concept The Passivhaus

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Nigel Coates: mischief maker

The prolific British designer and architect on erotic furniture, the evolution of cities and why he won’t be designing an office any time soon Nigel

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TBG’s Kentish Town HQ by Satmoko Ball

Digital advertising agency TBG has brightened up its north London space with vivid plywood cabinets and… a shed  “Defy expectations,” demands a neon sign on

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Oficina Caja de Arquitectos by Pereda Pérez

Pereda Pérez Architectos plumped for cool minimalism in place of corporate branding to create a Spanish bank founded by architects for architects  The northern Spanish

Interiors
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EDF Energy’s London HQ by BDGworkfutures

Graphic branding takes centre stage at energy giant EDF’s ultra-green new office space “The interior was about living and breathing their green ideals,” says Vyshali

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UK’s most striking cladding

From primary-coloured facades and walls with eyes in the heart of London to the pigeon-repelling surface of a “jewellery box” building in Birmingham, we discover

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