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Eric Parry Architects completes new mixed-use building in “city of many cities”

The Portman Estate has completed its largest direct development to date, at 1-9 Seymour Street, bringing to Marylebone 78,500 sqf of mixed-use space comprising grade


One Eagle Place by Eric Parry

Following Eric Parry Architect’s win at the recent BCO awards for best commercial workplace with One Eagle Place, onoffice revisits the £45m project that provides


Review: Grant Gibson on Heathrow Terminal 2

Heathrow Terminal 2 may be making history as the world’s first BREEAM Excellent-rated airport terminal, but doesn’t quite fly as an awe-inspiring destination in itself

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The Crystal by Wilkinson Eyre

The proportion of the world that dwells in cities is set to rise from one half to two-thirds by 2050, and The Crystal, designed by

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Co-op’s vast Manchester HQ by 3DReid

“Oh yeah, I know it mate. You can’t miss it, it’s flippin’ massive!” onoffice is in Manchester to see the Co-operative Group’s glittering new headquarters,

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Lend Lease offices by Woods Bagot

In the sprawling corporate environs of the Regent’s Place development near Great Portland Street sit the green – literally and figuratively – offices of property

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Hillcrest green digs by Nicoll Russell Studios

When Hillcrest Housing Association first floated the idea of a new company HQ, its aspirations were by no means run-of-the-mill. Indeed, the brief that they

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Scotstoun House by Haa Design

Imagined more as a ‘pavilion in a park’ than a ‘machine for living’, Scotstoun House certainly seems to embody more than a little poetry compared


CAFOD’s Romero House by Black Architecture

The Catholic Overseas Development Agency has had its prayers answered with Romero House, a sustainable HQ by Black Architecture  Until recently, the land adjoining St George’s

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The British Embassy in Algeria

John McAslan + Partners’ new British Embassy for Algiers brings a welcome dose of contemporary architecture to the history-steeped city Algiers is a beautiful city



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