Posts tagged 'home'


‘The division between home & contract furniture has almost disappeared’

The boundaries between contract and home furniture have grown increasingly fuzzy lately, but Cristiano Pigazzini, co-founder of Swedish design studio (and former onoffice cover stars)


Abu Dhabi: the new jewel of the Middle East

Abu Dhabi has replaced Dubai as the booming centre for construction of office and commercial space. Michael Willoughby explains why  When Dubai property developer Nakheel,


Sebastian Conran

Sebastian Conran has design pedigree running through his veins. After studying industrial design engineering at the Central School of Design, in 1979 he joined branding


Home free

Efficient workplaces can’t always claim bespoke design as their saving grace; however, an ordinary fourth floor New York apartment has become home to a hub


Virgin on the ridiculous

Slash has defaced Debbie Harry. Every thirtysomething male’s first crush is now sporting a daft moustache and beard because the hairy one from Guns N’


Back to basics

Mario Ruiz is a rarity – a Spanish designer who has broken through to the office furniture market – and he’s a firm believer in


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


Home office

Words by Elizabeth Choppin When a media company moved to bigger premises, they were concerned not to lose the energy of their former offices. The


Jeremy Myerson

As the ageing workforce becomes more demanding, and the nature of work itself changes, workplace design expert Jeremy Myerson sees the sharp division between home



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