Posts tagged 'life'

Alain de Botton

“Not being able to feed my cat.” There it was: my fundamental fear of the recession scribbled on a post-it note for twenty-five strangers to

Opinion

Full circle

The architect behind this elliptical masterpiece is surprisingly frank about the complexities of the project, particularly the construction phase. “It was a nightmare,” laughs Stefan

Projects
Wigglesworth

Boxing clever

“Push the gate, go through the pink door and up the stairs,” crackles the voice on the intercom. Crunching through the deep gravel, passing the

Opinion
Jennifer Newman

Colour fix

One of the advantages of being a journalist is that you can be nosy and ask people all kinds of questions about their life because,

Opinion

It’s Good to Talk

Words by Helen Parton Encouraging staff interaction was integral to David Chipperfield’s design for BBC Scotland’s new headquarters, in Glasgow’s West End, which included creating

Projects
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The End Of Decadence

Words by Kerstin Zumstein French designer and architect Jean-Marie Massaud came to London to promote a product – Axor’s new bathroom range for Hansgrohe –

Opinion
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Is good design timeless?

We set old friends Jolyon Nott, of retail, graphics and branding consultancy I-am Associates, and Joseph Durrow, workplace specialist for Gensler, upon each other to

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Lissoni

Piero’s Passion

Piero Lissoni talks about sexy, sensual working, walls that speak and whiter-than-white white.By Kerstin Zumstein Take 1: Lissoni in LondonDamn it! I should have nailed

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