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Reinventing tradition in a bright, minimal Berlin workspace

JWA and Ralf Wilkening breathed new industrial life into this residential plot of Prenzlauer Berg In Berlin’s popular Prenzlauer Berg neighbourhood, a bright new office

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BCO 2018 Conference: ‘We chose Berlin because it’s a cool, edgy, and changing city’

Katrina Kostic Samen, this year’s British Council for Offices conference chair, says she has been “living and breathing” the 2018 annual get- together since last

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BCO Conference Chair, Katrina Kostic Samen, looks ahead to the sold-out Berlin Annual Conference

With less than a month to go, the British Council for Offices Annual Conference has now sold out – making it BCO’s fastest-selling to date.

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Powerstrip Studio’s Hotel Zoo in Berlin

Powerstrip Studio’s Dayna Lee and Ted Berner used to be movie designers before they switched to interiors: hence the opulent theatricality of their fit out

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Bocci’s textured-light pendants

Lighting brand Bocci has developed a technique for hand-blowing glass into a heat-resistant ceramic fabric to create unusually textured light pendants. The process for creating

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Berlin brewery becomes SoundCloud HQ

SoundCloud’s Berlin outpost is housed in a former brewery, sharing a stripped-back space with other tech start-up sensations Prior to moving to its new HQ, SoundCloud‘s

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Onefootball HQ: a football fanatic’s fantasy

Onefootball’s eponymous app represents the world’s leading football community, connecting over 14 million football fans in 200 countries. As such, the German company wanted a

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Industrial meets digital at Covus, Berlin

Seel Bobsin Partner has revamped an early 20th century loft with a modern edge for Covus’s Berlin office  Over here in London, space is at

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Werner Aisslinger: Rational radical

Berlin-based designer Werner Aisslinger has made a 17-year career out of challenging conventional thinking – within a framework of research, pragmatism and mainstream project work

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Old ghosts: Former Iraqi embassy

Photojournalist Stefan Boness visits the former Iraqi Embassy in East Germany – which has lain derelict for 20 years Relics of two fallen regimes endow

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