Posts tagged 'industry'

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The Italian school changing ideas of work and study through hybrid architecture

While the verdant valleys of Buttrio are renowned for producing some of Italy’s most terrific wines, the comune, belonging to the province of Udine, is

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BVN revamps the Goods Shed North

Built along Melbourne’s Yarra River in 1889 as a shipping depot, the Goods Shed North has sat derelict for the past 30 years – until

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London Design Festival Q & A

How important/relevant is LDF for designers based outside London? Dan Ziglam, director, Deadgood Although we are predominantly based outside London a lot of our business

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Class 09: this year’s design graduates

With the class of 2009 facing an economy in which jobs are thin on the ground, graduates are lining up internships and forming collectives to

Opinion

Science city

The healthcare and bioscience sector in the East Midlands employs over 20,000 people, with a further 100,000 in the NHS; plus, there are an estimated

Projects

Keeping it clean

The best way to describe Industrial Facility is its direct contrast to celebrity design culture. Philippe Starck is the obvious counterpoint. Silent versus loud, invisible

Opinion

An Englishman in Milan

Words by Grant Gibson The London-born designer responsible for products from bottle openers to buses for the likes of Olivetti, Danese, Magis and B&B Italia

Opinion
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Let there be light

Kerstin Zumstein discusses stripping out, lighting up and going it alone with workplace designer Linda Morey Smith By kerstin Zumstein What is it about Linda

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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

Opinion

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