Posts tagged 'create'

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Architecture firm BDP’s Manchester HQ

In an attempt to reinvent itself as a less ‘corporate’ entity, architectural and engineering practice BDP has designed itself a building of two contrasting halves

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Syzygy HQ by eins:eins architekten

Curvaceous desks encourage a collaborative approach to work at Hamburg marketing agency Syzygy With its amorphous ceiling, cocooning sculpted desks and brightly coloured upholstery, Syzygy

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Class 09: this year’s design graduates

With the class of 2009 facing an economy in which jobs are thin on the ground, graduates are lining up internships and forming collectives to

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John Irwin on design led manufacturing

John Irwin, managing director of Bisley, makes a case for design led manufacturing in Britain If the recent financial crisis has taught us anything, it

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Electric Works by DIVE architects

Downward spiral gags aside, this Sheffield office space for digital creatives is creating a cultural shift in how shared workspaces should be approached Google gave

Interiors

A new era for Emap

Converting factory spaces into workspaces took off on the 1960s and 70s in New York, when well-known artists began to occupy the redundant industrial district

Projects

On a human scale

Southern Properties’ new Fleet Street acquisition is a suave rendition of humanist architecture in which London-based practice Groves Natcheva has applied a wealth of attractive

Projects
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Club Culture

Words by Gareth Gardner East London-based practice IDE-Architecture was charged with fitting out fledgeling creative agency Work Club’s first office, avoiding the pitfalls of over-branding

Projects
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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

Projects
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Bringing the outside in

Garden furniture in the office is the twist behind Japanese designer Shin Azumi’s first office collection FlowLounge, which he presents to the UK market this

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