Posts tagged 'it’s'

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Controversial maverick: Rafael Viñoly

The challenge of creating a shift in people’s perception of what’s acceptable in a city’s skyline is well known to master architect Rafael Viñoly, who

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Rethinking the glass box

The city is awash with new glass office developments, but with tougher green building regulations on the way is it time to re-examine our love

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Yushi Uehara’s Shaken Office

Concern for the user and a building the viewer will look beyond rather than at, inspired Zerodegree’s Shaken Office development in Groningen Yushi Uehara has

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Profile: KLab

What recession?! Konstantinos Labrinopoulos, head of Greek practice KLab, believes the time is right for a move to the UK Kinetic Lab of Architecture, otherwise

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Everybody’s darling: Patricia Urquiola

Patricia Urquiola is a name synonymous with contemporary furniture design, and finally the office gets a taste of her style The first time I saw

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Master of minimalism: Naoto Fukasawa

His products may be steeped in conceptual theory and philosophy, but prolific Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa really just wants to make people feel good  In

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Natural talent: Edward Cullinan

Veteran British architect Edward Cullinan talks new modernism, egalitarianism, and why he loves wood “Architecture is the celebration of necessity. That is, you discover what

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Daredevil: Brighton’s Sean Dare

The Brighton-based designer Sean Dare talks to onoffice about his new design consultancy, taking risks and the impact of a good writing desk  “I don’t

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The Bleisure principle: CASE by Studioquint

From socialising with workmates of an evening in the pub to the blinking of a BlackBerry on a bedside table, the boundaries between work and

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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,

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