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Red Hot: VSHD Design fuse brutalism and cosmic lighting at The Spring Warehouse Gym

The design studio unveiled its work for the third opening of the supremely stylish Warehouse Gym in Dubai Drawing on the aesthetics of the underground

Interiors

The Audo: A look inside the hybrid space designed by Norm Architects

The Audo – Menu’s hybrid space for work, play, eat and sleep in Copenhagen – creates a design-led experience that you can even bring home

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A modern co-working space centred around a village square concept

Co-working spaces are a lot like village squares – they cater to different types of workers and their needs by design, while allowing inspiration and

Interiors
Simone Bossi|||

This school design blurs the boundaries between indoor and outdoor spaces

The tradition of fortress-like, institutional schools hermetically sealed from the outside world has been turned on its head by Turin-based architect BDR Bureau with its

Interiors
Ligang Huang|||

Puri Lighting create a Malevich-inspired fantasia of reflecting lights

Puri Lighting Design has transformed a spare modernist building into an illusionistic fantasia. Heze Guanzgzhou Road No.1, in the eastern Chinese city of Heze, is

Interiors
Hufton + Crow|||

Stanton Williams associate Kalpesh Intwala discusses the art of research centre design

OnOffice: Please tell me how Stanton Williams came to design the Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children. Kalpesh Intwala: Stanton Williams appointed

Architecture
ExCel|||

NHS England set to transform ExCel London into new makeshift hospital

In an unprecedented move, ExCeL London, an East London exposition centre, is currently being re-fitted with hundreds of beds and ventilators. The makeshift hospital will

Architecture
Perkins and Will|||

Are we truly designing spaces that tell stories and shape experiences?

Stories are how we think, they are how we make meaning. Call them schemas, scripts, cerebral maps, or metaphors. Stories are how we create our

Opinion
Pauliina Salonen|||

JKMM Architects create Finland’s first carbon neutral office building

Built to house 1800 Kesko employees, the modern building – designed by JKMM Architects – is Finland’s first office to go carbon neutral in its

Interiors
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Claesson Koivisto Rune complete the holistic, border-erasing K5 Tokyo hotel

The Swedish architecture and design group Claesson Koivisto Rune have completed work on K5 Tokyo: a 20-room hotel in Nihonbashi Kabutocho, a business district within

Interiors

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