The bold office is a celebration of thonik’s community-minded ethos Dutch Graphic design practice thonik has just opened the doors to its newly self-designed and
Japanese design group Amano has followed up Dear Ginza, a nine-storey commercial block with a faceted aluminium facade resembling a crumpled sweet rapper, with Dear
Cloud 9 turned to digital design to create a high-tech flagship building in Barcelona’s technological district Sustainable architecture tends to come in two guises. The
Eric Parry Architects’ discreet Mayfair office draws on and restores the area’s historic fabric “I suppose for an urbanite in London, this street is always
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
David Reiss is best known for two things: his clothing company, which spans the divide between high-end and luxury fashion brand, and being one of
There is something incongruous about the word “greenscraper”. Even though it slips easily into architectural vernacular, it is a difficult term with which to grapple.
Melbourne’s laneways hold a treasure trove of hidden gems and unexpected surprises. In between the main roads of the city grid lies a network of
Ever walked down a street and completely missed the place you were looking for? There’s certainly no danger of that at 55 Baker St, the
No, your eyes don’t deceive you. This new build in Aarhus by Danish practice Schmidt Hammer Lassen really does have a wonky otherworldliness to it.