Posts tagged 'atrium'


The Minster Building: City of London neo-gothic gets a refurb

With the post-modernist masterpiece at One Poultry having just reopened replete with a trendy WeWork outpost, Foster’s new Bloomberg HQ already hailed a landmark, and

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Atrium co-working space, Camden, by Barr Gazetas

London’s Camden Market is renowned for its hustle and bustle and a history of both industry and bold counterculture, from punk to Britpop to wide-eyed


LDF14: Elevating Flos lighting to a fine art

Atrium will be exhibiting Swedish photographer Carl Kleiner‘s abstract images which incorporate Flos‘s latest architectural lighting products in a geometric format as part of the


Unilever HQ by Behnisch Architekten

On the banks of the River Elbe, Behnisch Architekten’s award-winning Hamburg office for Unilever blurs the boundary between public and private space Stop me if


Peachy keen

Amsterdam offers up a curious juxtaposition: on one hand, there is contemporary design and a thriving creative industry. On the other, of course, the tawdry


Entrenched in style

You wouldn’t want to walk into Burberry’s new HQ underdressed, this building would show you up. Corinthian grey marble floors, dark oak panelling and polished



We meet by a sculpture of Ozymandias in the atrium of Kings Place, best known as the new home of the Guardian newspaper in Kings


State of the art

Height restrictions and a deep plan are not promising conditions in which to create grade A office space in an increasingly bearish lettings market. But


Raising the roof

Words by Michael Willoughby Kohn Pedersen Fox ovehauled the 1930s offices of Uniliver, making the most of the spectacular riverside views. Michael Willoughby was blown


Step into the light

Words by Michael Willoughby When Michael Willoughby went to visit marketing firm Dunhumby’s Ealing HQ, fitted out by London based architecture practice Jestico + Whiles,



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