The design studio recently created a new headquarters for British Land that challenges the archetypal corporate lobby experience London is a city rich in history—and
It’s a curious meeting of worlds at Appold Street in the Liverpool Street area of London, where one of Hût Architects’ latest projects is located.
Most workplace design projects can be split into two camps: speculative space for a developer, and bespoke space for a tenant. For the overhaul of
Reception areas are a building’s chance to make a lasting first impression on its visitors, and construe subtle messages about the companies that inhabit them. Not
Developer British Land is to redevelop Marble Arch House in west London following the company’s purchase of the site from the Portman Estate. The £40
One of the world’s largest law firms, Reed Smith, calls in Gensler to create a crisp, clean workplace up in the clouds When US law