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the standard london hotel

Ditch working from home and try WFH (Work From Hotel) instead at The Standard, London

WFH never sounded so good. London’s latest hip hangout is at The Standard, where remote working comes complete with beautiful design, plenty of desk space

Interiors

Physical office space is indispensible, concludes survey

The death of the office may have been a short-lived and heavily rebutted theory to come from the coronavirus outbreak, but there are plenty of

Opinion
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Controversial maverick: Rafael Viñoly

The challenge of creating a shift in people’s perception of what’s acceptable in a city’s skyline is well known to master architect Rafael Viñoly, who

Opinion
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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

Architecture
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2 Kingdom Street by KPF

KPF has added its own individual piece to the Paddington Central jigsaw  2 Kingdom Street by KPF is the latest piece in Development Securities’ gigantic

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Unilever HQ by Behnisch Architekten

On the banks of the River Elbe, Behnisch Architekten’s award-winning Hamburg office for Unilever blurs the boundary between public and private space Stop me if

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Stantec revamps its Toronto HQ

“Multi-tasking consultancy Stantec overhauls a former sock factory in Toronto Oh Canada, so sensible and pragmatic, you shame us with your functional healthcare for all,

Architecture
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Office of the Teenies

In late October, industry professionals convened at RIBA for a design charette to explore what the office of the next decade might be like. How

Opinion
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Facebook’s Palo Alto offices by Studio O+A

Facebook’s rough and ready HQ in downtown Palo Alto shows the company is determined to stay true to its roots  Tucked away 35 miles south

Interiors
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Canary Wharf: Past, Present, Future

A year on from the 20th anniversary of breaking ground in the Docklands, Elizabeth Choppin observes how the development came about , and what –

Opinion

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