Posts tagged 'startup'


Top tech start-ups from LDF 2015

Cube by Palette Launching in the UK at 100% Design, Cube began as a university project four years ago, which the three Palette co-founders –


Funny or Die’s LA office by Clive Wilkinson Architects

When comedy video website Funny or Die launched in 2007, it started with ten videos and a trash-talking two-year-old telling comedian Will Ferrell off. Fast


Affordable workspaces in ‘ContainerVille’

The Estate Office Shoreditch has opened ContainerVille, a collection of 30 shipping containers that have been upcycled to create affordable workspaces for startup businesses. Located


Digital startup TechHub by Gensler

Gensler used raw finishes, vibrant colours and bold graphics to create a standout space for TechHub on a tight budget. Two years on from the

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Airbnb’s San Francisco offices by Gensler

Genlser has created a diverse and versatile space for Airbnb’s SOMA HQ to fit with the company’s collaborative spirit.  The practice of working from home

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Twitter HQ by Lundberg Design and IA Interior

Lundberg Design worked with IA Interior Architects to give Twitter’s new Market Square HQ several collaborative spaces and a large food hall for staff to

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Pinterest HQ in San Francisco

Schwartz and Architecture, All of the Above and First Office have worked together to transform a large warehouse in San Francisco to fit Pinterest’s ever-growing


iCity: Olympic media centre reinvented as creative hub

The 2012 Olympics’ Press and Broadcast Centres are being reinvented as a tech and media neighbourhood for London When 900m people watched the 2012 Olympic

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Giant Pixel office by O+A

Studio O + A takes inspiration from 1960s sci-fi films and mixed it with a raw workshop aesthetic to create Giant Pixel’s first office.  The

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Lauren Geremia: Silicon Valley’s go-to designer

In under a decade, she’s gone from art school student to hip interior designer, bringing her creative flair to San Francisco’s biggest tech firms, including



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