Posts tagged 'nature'

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Living walls: Growing a greener nine to five

Biophilic design plays on the inherent human need to be connected to nature, with plants and natural resources proven to have a positive impact on

Interiors
Luke Hayes|||

London’s Serpentine Coffee House offers a dynamic welcome to Hyde Park

London’s parks are some of the most treasured parts of the city, visited by millions of people a year in search of natural respite from

Architecture
Phillip Roberts|||

New Maggie’s Centre inspired by Welsh mountainside opens in Cardiff

Dow Jones Architects’ design for a temporary Maggie’s South East Wales Centre, situated in the grounds of the Velindre Cancer Centre in Whitchurch, North West

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‘Work evolves rapidly, but our cities can lag behind’: An architect on the future of work

In the latest in our partnership with WOD – Women in Office Design, we spoke to architect Valeria Segovia, a principal at Gensler and nominee

Opinion
Made Associati and Alessandro Paderni|||

The Italian school changing ideas of work and study through hybrid architecture

While the verdant valleys of Buttrio are renowned for producing some of Italy’s most terrific wines, the comune, belonging to the province of Udine, is

Architecture
Charles Hosea|||

The Surrey school connecting nature and education using timber and green space

St Teresa’s School is an independent girls’ school located in the green belt of the Surrey Hills – an area well known for its breathtaking

Architecture

Labour of love

We got up close and personal with Parisian designer Edouard François for the launch of his pioneering – and rather cosy – Love Table workstation

Opinion

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