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In our February issue: Pernilla Ohrstedt and Scandinavian focus

As we settle in for whatever 2017 has in store for us, we think that the cover star of our February issue, Swedish architect Pernilla

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Primo Orpilla rewrites the workplace plus NeoCon review, in August issue

I never thought I’d be able to shoehorn both Drake and the Burning Man festival into OnOffice but by jiminy I’ve managed it for this,

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Sebastian Wrong and Clerkenwell Design Week preview, in June issue

Welcome to our bumper June issue. Just when we thought we’d recovered from Milan, along comes Clerkenwell Design Week to keep the design bandwagon rolling.

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Luca Nichetto on China, plus Milan’s new co-working hub, in May issue

One of the best housewarming gifts I received a few years ago was from OnOffice’s launch editor Kerstin Zumstein. It was a beautiful collage of

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How big business is making a play for tech talent, in April issue

The theme of learning seems to sew this issue together nicely. Our cover story this month explores how long-established brands such as Aviva and Barclays

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Ogilvy’s Sea Containers HQ by BDG, plus a surfaces special, in March issue

This month, we bring you tales from the river. Our March cover is a story we’ve been following for months. Finally, we can bring you

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The Swedish issue: White architecture, Icehotel, Stockholm preview and more

As we settle in to 2016 and our appetite increases both for maximising what little daylight there is and staying in watching gripping drama, our

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Zaha Hadid’s Moscow office + next gen upholstery – our Dec/Jan issue explored

After a succession of beautifully shot portraits of designers and architects gracing our most recent covers, we thought it was high time a building took

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Michael Anastassiades, Alphabeta and onhotel – our November issue explored

While sat in the Ace Hotel in Shoreditch during the London Design Festival, as a group of foreign tourists gathered round the Ready, Made, Go

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