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Natural talent: Edward Cullinan

Veteran British architect Edward Cullinan talks new modernism, egalitarianism, and why he loves wood “Architecture is the celebration of necessity. That is, you discover what

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Nigel Coates: mischief maker

The prolific British designer and architect on erotic furniture, the evolution of cities and why he won’t be designing an office any time soon Nigel

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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

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Match point

How, feasibly, could a sparkling new office block coexist on the same site with the old Bryant & May match factory (a unique Liverpool landmark

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Shh don’t tell…

In these trying financial times, a bit of prudence doesn’t go amiss. Likewise, in the current climate, if a company is hurling stacks of cash

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Old punks never die

So there you are, pootling along the streets of Battersea one morning, minding your own business, when suddenly a shock of flame-red hair shoots past

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Blue Fin

Into the Blue

There are a few things I want and expect from the offices of a commercial property development firm whose business runs into the gazillions. I

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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

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Home office

Words by Elizabeth Choppin When a media company moved to bigger premises, they were concerned not to lose the energy of their former offices. The

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