Posts tagged 'existing'

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BVN revamps the Goods Shed North

Built along Melbourne’s Yarra River in 1889 as a shipping depot, the Goods Shed North has sat derelict for the past 30 years – until

Interiors
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Le 308 by Fabre/deMarien

Fabre/deMarien has revamped a 1930s electrical powerhouse to create a soulful HQ for two Bordeaux architecture organisations A project’s success or failure often hinges on

Interiors
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Hill Partnerships HQ by PTEa

PTEa contends with deer and newts to create a stellar revamp of an 18th-century gunpowder mill   There’s an almost irresistible temptation when writing about

Architecture
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Greening existing buildings

Ken Giannini, the newly appointed Interior Design Director for Scott Brownrigg, discusses the ins and outs of bringing existing office stock up to current standards

Opinion

Down memory lane

The Atlantis Building on Brick Lane, east London, has an illustrious, some might say infamous, history. Sited within the Old Truman Brewery complex, it’s an

Projects

Old punks never die

So there you are, pootling along the streets of Battersea one morning, minding your own business, when suddenly a shock of flame-red hair shoots past

Projects

A touch of magic

Alchemy can be defined as “the process of transforming a common substance, usually of little value, into a substance of great value”. Apply this concept

Projects

Recycled offices

These days, an ethical and economic case can be made for recyling just about everything. With a restricted emissions age descending upon us – plus

Projects
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The poetic pragmatist

Words by Michael Willoughby Michael Willoughby met British architect Matt Yeoman, partner at east London-based practice Buckley Gray Yeoman, to discuss carving up buildings, complex

Opinion

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