Posts tagged 'natural'


Highgate Junior School

Highgate Junior School has welcomed pupils to the same site in London’s Highgate village since 1938. But, after recognising the need for improved visual appeal


Interface celebrates nature-inspired design

Earlier this year, global modular flooring manufacturer Interface unveiled its Beautiful Thinking campaign – a celebration of ambitious individuals and companies that have driven real

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Ogilvy’s Malaysian HQ by M Moser

Ogilvy Malaysia’s brand-new headquarters is a pace of contrasts – natural versus man-made, straight lines versus curves and traditional versus modern – with a touch

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SelgasCano’s enchanting office

Spanish architecture firm SelgasCano created an office fit for fairies two years ago, but kept it under wraps until now… “What is being sought with


Urban meets country

It took two buses, a train journey and a taxi swerving on winding country roads to deliver me to The Long Barn Studio, new home


Size matters

Sometimes the most inventive solutions are born from small budgets. A lack of funds can be a headache for designers and leave the client without


Dressed for success

Diane von Furstenberg, the fashion designer credited with what is possibly the most flattering garment on earth (the wrap dress – a wondrous invention), has


Hidden beauty

The office of The Marble & Granite Centre, situated between the lake and the canal in the green belt of Rickmansworth, north-west of London, is


Down on the farm

When The Duke of Marlborough called on property and construction consultancy Ridge to renovate a derelict model farm on the grounds of Blenheim Palace, the

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Mine defector

St James’s Square in the heart of Westminster has for centuries been one of London’s most fashionable addresses. Today, instead of dukes and earls, the



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