Posts tagged 'refurbishment'

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What the COVID-19 pandemic means for office sustainability

The impact of COVID-19 appears to be generation-defining, and at this point in no arena more than this generation’s relationship with work. For those employers

Opinion
Pedro Pegenaute|||

Neri&Hu’s Junshan Cultural Center blurs interior and exterior

Shanghai—based architects and designers Neri&Hu have transformed an administrative office building into a community centre and clubhouse. The refurbished building centres around a courtyard. Photo:

Architecture
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Cent15 architecture revitalises a stationary showroom in central Paris

Parisian contemporary stationery brand Papier Tigre has unveiled a minimalist transformation of its showroom, designed by Cent15 architecture.  The showroom, on rue de Filles du

Interiors
Matthias Aschauer|||

Conran and Partners completes major redesign of Maximilian Hotel in Prague

Hotel owners Christian and Rudolph Ploberger commissioned Conran and Partners to undertake the extensive renovation of Maximilian Hotel, which sits in close proximity to Prague’s

Interiors
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Estudio B transforms a school in Spain with a clever, colourful new facade

Architects are used to tight budgets but when Benni Allan of London-based Estudio B was tasked to create a new facade for one of the

Architecture
Jack Hobhouse|||

Metropolitan Workshop’s co-working refurbishment that could change the reputation of this former industrial town

Swindon is a dump – at least that’s its reputation. But if you go west out of the station, you walk straight into Isambard Kingdom

Architecture
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Studio RHE transforms a former vinyl factory into a creative hub

The Hoxton-based architecture and design firm Studio RHE has revealed a new creative office hub alongside London’s Grand Union Canal, housed in a former vinyl

Architecture
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AllesWirdGut deftly redesigns Austria’s permanent representation in Brussels

Vienna and Munich-based architecture firm AllesWirdGut has unveiled a full redesign of the Permanent Austrian Representation in Brussels, in the Belgian capital’s EU quarter. Adjacent

Interiors
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In Camden, Tasou Associates revive a Victorian warehouse

Finsbury-based architects Tasou Associates, who have a strong record in sensitively repurposing London’s historic built envrionment, has refurbished 9 Jeffrey’s Place: a mid-19th century building

Architecture
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Stiff & Trevillion fit out a new site for The Office Group

179-185 Great Portland Street was built in 1912 as the production and sales facility for Smith & Sons, the manufacturers of the first speedometers. Smiths

Interiors

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