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Bjarke Ingels goes back to school

Gammel Hellerup High School might just be one of the coolest high schools in the world. Bjarke Ingels, who heads his eponymous architecture firm, injected

Architecture
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Tech firms search for the perfect C21st workplace

Tech firms’ search for the ideal 21st-century workplace makes a fascinating comparative study. Peter Murray asks, are you with BIG and heatherwick’s radicalism, Gehry’s simplicity

Architecture
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LinkedIn blocks Google – speaking architecturally

BIG and Heatherwick’s ‘office of the future’ for Google’s Silicon Valley headquarters could become a relic of the past before it even gets off the

Architecture
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Adulterous design: BIG ideas from Bjarke Ingels

Danish architect Bjarke Ingels combines disparate architectural concepts in bricks and mortar to make dreams a reality

Architecture
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Great Dane: designer Søren Rose

Multi-tasker extraordinaire Søren Rose brings his far-reaching design experience to the workplace with the completion of a Copenhagen office It’s hard to put your finger

Opinion
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California workplace guru: Clive Wilkinson

California’s workplace guru moves on from designing for creatives to tackle a major project for banking giants Macquarie Clive Wilkinson has always been big news.

Opinion

Catwalk Queen

From a pavement perspective, it’s difficult to see what drew purveyor of fashion Alexander McQueen to the new Farringdon HQ. From the top floor design

Projects

Moxon

Moxon is a curious name for an architecture company, and when you go to their website the mystique continues: a concept design for a house

Opinion

Bank on it

Previously spread across five different offices around Copenhagen, the internet bank’s 750 employees can now bond and bask in their 3XN-designed surroundings in the city’s

Projects

A traditional visionary

Antonio Citterio fights off the label of a signature designer. “I’m a banker, you know, or like a guy who works in insurance,” he says.

Opinion

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