Posts tagged 'architect'


Why timber shouldn’t be overlooked as a building material

With the 200-year anniversary of the end of the Industrial Revolution on the horizon, we are reminded that mass production of steelwork that once transformed


Selencky Parsons’ London studio

Young up-and-coming architecture firm Selencky Parsons has given up co-working in favour of its own office. The move in autumn 2016 from Peckham to nearby


Le 308 by Fabre/deMarien

Fabre/deMarien has revamped a 1930s electrical powerhouse to create a soulful HQ for two Bordeaux architecture organisations A project’s success or failure often hinges on


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


Headvertising HQ by Corvin Cristian

Architect-turned-set-designer Corvin Cristian drew inspiration from wooden shipping containers to furnish an ad agency’s Bucharest office space Originally trained as an architect, Corvin Cristian has


Down memory lane

The Atlantis Building on Brick Lane, east London, has an illustrious, some might say infamous, history. Sited within the Old Truman Brewery complex, it’s an

power to the people

Power to the people

Words by Michael Willoughby When business consultancy PwC came to create its new HQ on Dublin’s booming Spencer Dock, it was presented with a new


N Rose by LG’s Southwark Frame

Two law firms, one development, one architect, one interior architect – two different results. Norton Rose In 1929, the (frequently impractical) German architect Bruno Taut


The poetic pragmatist

Words by Michael Willoughby Michael Willoughby met British architect Matt Yeoman, partner at east London-based practice Buckley Gray Yeoman, to discuss carving up buildings, complex


All that glitters

Kerstin Zumstein meets architect and designer Hadi Teherani, master of silver and gold What would the design industry be without primadonnas – those architects with



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