Posts tagged 'firm'


Profile: KLab

What recession?! Konstantinos Labrinopoulos, head of Greek practice KLab, believes the time is right for a move to the UK Kinetic Lab of Architecture, otherwise


Danish law firm Horten’s new HQ by 3XN

3XN combined innovative technology with a classical sensibility to create a new headquarters for Danish law firm Horten Leaving their old HQ cannot have been


Jack Pringle

There’s no secret to maintaining a healthy balance between work and play, says Jack Pringle. You simply put down what you want to do in


Above the law

Situated at the north entrance to Southwark Bridge, at the bend in the Thames, is European law firm SJ Berwin’s new London residence. In an


Architects at work part 2

Following on from our publication of Timothy Soar’s photographs in onoffice issue 14 – showing at the Architects In Practice exhibition at the RIBA headquarters,


N Rose by LG’s Southwark Frame

Two law firms, one development, one architect, one interior architect – two different results. Norton Rose In 1929, the (frequently impractical) German architect Bruno Taut


Architects at Work

Onoffice got first dibs on Tim Soar’s portraits of leading architects in their workplaces. We chat with them about their next projects and what they


The Death of Architecture?

Words by Michael Willoughby Michael Willoughby met Despina Katsikakis of DEGW to discuss her policies on new builds and the future of architecture When I


Cast out of Eden

Words by Michael Willoughby What does a successful company do when it grows too big for its surroundings? Michael Willoughby found out how architecture practice


Big Time

Many architecture, design and fit-out firms dream of securing blue-chip clients. The money’s better, there’s more regular business and the build is perceived as more



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