Posts tagged 'public'

Open House launches new film series touring London’s most interesting architecture

The festival has added a film series to its public tour schedule in the face of the ongoing pandemic Usually, during London’s annual Open House


We Made That: “We believe in the value of public projects, and that’s why we do what we do”

Architecture and urbanism practice We Made That knew what they were all about from the word go. “We don’t do houses for rich people. Quite


America and the cull of the cubicle

America invented the cubicle 50 years ago, and is still rather attached to it. Now, its big furniture firms are finally embracing collaborative working –

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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


The changing face of local council offices

The public face of your local council is changing, with the opening of a number of new modern workspaces that aim to cut costs and

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YCN’s offices by Klassnik Corporation

Klassnik Corporation was best known for its architectural ideas and research until an encounter with creative agency YCN gave way to a commission which led


Turning the tide

Taipei has been described as the ‘ugly duckling’ of Asian capitals. Kris Yao is at the forefront of a generation keen to turn the reputation



We meet by a sculpture of Ozymandias in the atrium of Kings Place, best known as the new home of the Guardian newspaper in Kings

Design Access

Designing Access

The concepts of “access” and “inclusive design” have become doctrine in the industry. Pauline Hadaway, director of Belfast Exposed Photography gallery, and Geoff McCormick, product


Riverbank Revival

Words by Indigo Clarke Melbourne-based architecture practice Six Degrees has a reputation for inventively recycling materials. The firm’s new office is an innovative adaptation of



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