Posts tagged 'fit'


Profile: Buckley Gray Yeoman

The stakes are being raised when it comes to front-of-house design. Buckley Gray Yeoman’s directors explain the art of creating a warm reception Office buildings

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Microsoft by Swanke Hayden Connell

Microsoft’s new regional HQ is a former shopping mall in the ultimate east-meets-west destination, Istanbul – and interior architects SHCA were in the right place

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Digitas HQ by 11.04

A timely office fit-out by 11.04 Architects shows how modest budgets can boost inventiveness This is the short-term future of workplace design,” Chris Roche from


Freudian slip

Those working in the media and creative sectors are probably familiar with London venues such as the Frontline Club in Paddington or The Hospital Club


Ready for takeoff

Once upon a time there were three architecture students: Karim El-Ishmawi, Chris Middleton and Martin Jacobs. They met at university in Berlin and created a


The sky’s the limit

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.


A new era for Emap

Converting factory spaces into workspaces took off on the 1960s and 70s in New York, when well-known artists began to occupy the redundant industrial district

Award Judges

onoffice Prima Award 2008 – The Judges

Sebastian Conran   Sebastian Conran has design blood running through his veins. Son of Britain’s design entrepreneur Terence Conran, he is director of the product


Inside Alsop’s Palestra

Words by Kerstin Zumstein Will Alsop’s first UK office project, on London’s South Bank, is now complete. The London Development Agency is the first tenant,



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