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The Shoreditch Shift

City types want grand, bland Cat A offices, while tech and creative workers crave concrete, exposed services and bike ramps. Right? Not quite. As the

Opinion
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BDG designs Hill+Knowlton Strategies HQ

Avid readers might remember this space from onoffice 76, published last July, when it was fresh from being revamped by BuckleyGrayYeoman for Derwent London. The 1930s

Interiors
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The Angel building by AHMM

“I wouldn’t call it a refurbishment – it’s really more of a reinvention,” says Wade Scaramucci, a lead architect for the newly revamped Angel Building

Architecture

State of the art

Height restrictions and a deep plan are not promising conditions in which to create grade A office space in an increasingly bearish lettings market. But

Projects

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