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Ste. Marie’s Onni Group HQ prioritises movement and flexibility

The HQ was inspired by the Austrian architect Hans Hollein’s Mobile Office concept Vancouver-based design studio and creative consultancy Ste. Marie has completed work on

Interiors

From the Archive: A look inside Louis Poulsen’s Copenhagen headquarters

When Louis Poulsen moved its headquarters to a historic naval quarter of Copenhagen, the Danish lighting company’s focus was on maximising brightness and a sense

Interiors

The design-led hotels to bookmark for remote working in 2021

While ‘bleisure’, the blending of business and leisure travel, took off long before the pandemic, until then and before travel resumes, we will have to

Architecture

Peter Murray on why streets should be for children too

Will Covid-19 change the way we use the streetscape for good? Of the many environmental changes taking place as a result of Covid-19, our use

Opinion

Metropolitan Workshop launches Reshaped podcast

The architecture firm created a podcast series shaped by the events of 2020 to reveal fresh thinking in urbanism To celebrate Metropolitan Workshop’s 15th Anniversary, key

Architecture

BDG architecture + design receives Gold for its ‘We Can WorKitOut’ concept

The London-based practice achieved Gold at the LONDON Design Awards 2020 as part of their ‘Elevate Hope’ campaign, set up by the DRIVENxDESIGN Awards Partners

Design

Open House launches new film series touring London’s most interesting architecture

The festival has added a film series to its public tour schedule in the face of the ongoing pandemic Usually, during London’s annual Open House

Architecture

Graphic design studio thonik unveils its first work of architecture in Amsterdam

The bold office is a celebration of thonik’s community-minded ethos Dutch Graphic design practice thonik has just opened the doors to its newly self-designed and

Architecture

Inside CPMG Architects’ vision for the British Sugar office

Located in Peterborough, British Sugar’s HQ acts as a central hub for the homegrown sugar producers four beet processing plants in the East of England,

Interiors
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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

Architecture

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