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BGY’s Matt Yeoman: “office design is tenant led”

The name BuckleyGrayYeoman is recurrent in the architectural press these days, largely because among the firm’s 80 live projects are some of the highest-profile workplace

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New facades: offices with smart skins

An innovative facade makes for smarter, more expressive architecture. Here’s how three new landmark office developments are working hard from the outside in Public engagement

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Ace, Edition and Mondrian arrive in London

Last month, two hotel chains with some serious clout, Edition and Ace, hopped over the pond to London for the first time, and another, Mondrian,

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City campuses by O’Donnell + Tuomey, SOM and Morphosis

The urban student experience can be disjointed, with work, rest and play located miles apart, but new university buildings are boosting community values  Attending university

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Brodie Neill: the computer-aided craftsman

Complex and curvilinear, Made in Ratio’s debut collection fused digital design with hand-making. Now, its Australian-born, London-based designer is heading to Milan with a new

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Going Public by Aberrant Architecture

Aberrant Architecture‘s Kevin Haley and David Chambers are well equipped to write about working on the move, not just because they were long nomadic workers

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New Designers 2013 review

This year’s New Designers show of graduate talent was packed to the rafters with fresh ideas, some remarkably professionally minded, others with more conceptual intentions.

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Safety Catch: Is office furniture over-regulated?

US furniture makers say our regulations are so stringent they stifle innovation, while the lumbering pace of EU legislation can’t keep up with changing workplace

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62 Buckingham Gate vs. The Buckley Building

The internet transformed the way we lead our lives completely and permanently. Suddenly, everything from groceries to a package holiday to Marbella was no more

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John Miller: the importance of making

Onoffice and John Miller co-curated the Making Designers show at Clerkenwell Design Week, an exhibition that aimed to highlight the importance of design in schools,

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