Posts tagged 'designer'

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Lois O’Hara on being a dreamer, the joy of colour and making others happy

To celebrate the recent launch of OnOffice’s first quarterly issue, based on the theme of colour (we could all use a pop of colour right

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Lucy Kurrein: ‘Seating is my favourite thing’

Enter the mind of designer Lucy Kurrein and you realise what a complex, sophisticated form of seating sofas are. They mirror different needs, aspirations and

Opinion
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Everybody’s darling: Patricia Urquiola

Patricia Urquiola is a name synonymous with contemporary furniture design, and finally the office gets a taste of her style The first time I saw

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Welcome to the world of Bram Boo

Fusing functionality with humour and fantasy, the Belgian designer’s work speaks a language all of its own. As he lets loose a typically surreal range

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Gill Parker on opportunities in a downturn

Gill Parker, joint managing director of BDGworkfutures, explains how office design can aid staff morale while we wait for the tide to turn. Major downturns in

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Signature design: needed or not?

Helen Parton investigates what manufacturers, specifiers and designers themselves have to say on the matter … An office desk surface is compared to an island

Opinion
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YCN’s offices by Klassnik Corporation

Klassnik Corporation was best known for its architectural ideas and research until an encounter with creative agency YCN gave way to a commission which led

Interiors
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Konstantin Grcic: The rational radical

In the run-up to Konstantin Grcic’s office desk launch with Thonet and Muji, Grant Gibson unravels the contrasts in the German designer’s inventive yet logical

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Recession renaissance

Recession times are here again and our always innovative designers are dripping in new found austerity chic. onoffice profiles the most innovative resued and recycled

Opinion

A traditional visionary

Antonio Citterio fights off the label of a signature designer. “I’m a banker, you know, or like a guy who works in insurance,” he says.

Opinion

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