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What is the future of office design? Tower v campus

Many firms see a low-rise, campus-like environment as the perfect partner to effective working – open, inclusive, social and fostering collaboration – yet it is


South Bank revamp gets the green light

Squire & Partners’ £1.2bn Shell Centre scheme on London’s South Bank has finally been given the go ahead, following “substantial controversy” over its potential impact

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Hudson Yards – KPF’s vision for New York

Construction is underway on Manhattan’s largest undeveloped property site, the 10.5-hectare (26-acre) Hudson Yards. The mixed-use development has been master-planned by architects Kohn Pedersen Fox


In the ascent

Local identity is never harder to find than inside an international airport, but emphasis is shifting away from the generic towards something more distinctive. Which

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Siege mentality

As building security moves higher up the agenda, how can architects find ways to create environments that are safe, without resorting to barbed wire and


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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2 Kingdom Street by KPF

KPF has added its own individual piece to the Paddington Central jigsaw  2 Kingdom Street by KPF is the latest piece in Development Securities’ gigantic



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