Posts tagged 'sustainability'

Snøhetta completes verdant, timber office project in Austria

The open-plan workspace for adventure travel company ASI Reisen prioritises sustainability and wellbeing Architecture and design practice Snøhetta has completed a new sustainable office building

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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
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Aritco Lift and Alexander Lervik explore the link between art and design

While the relationship between art and design, and just how closely the two are interlinked, remains a convoluted topic of discussion, for Stockholm-based creative Alexander

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At MoMA, Neri Oxman proposes sustainable futures for design

Since the turn of the century, the American-Israeli architect, computational designer, academic, inventor and artist Neri Oxman has stood at the bleeding edge of new

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How we can design carbon-neutral offices

2019 will be remembered as the year the world finally woke up to the realities of climate change, with 25 countries, and countless local authorities

Opinion
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Why green roofs are good for wellbeing and have a proven benefit for cities

Green roofs benefit cities – helping to improve air quality – and the people who use them, with recent studies showing the benefits on physical

Architecture
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Cobe designs an ultra fast charging station for electric vehicles

Joyless tarmacked petrol stations and tired highway pitstops are soon to be a thing of the past. Well, in Scandinavia at least. “A green revolution

Design
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Oslo Innovation Week x OnOffice: Why BAME women are at the centre of building a better world

Taking place across several venues in Oslo from September 23 -27, Oslo Innovation Week presents an exciting programme each year of pitching contests, ‘hackathons’, workshops,

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How Atticus Durnell turns waste coffee grounds into furniture

Most people don’t give a second thought to the waste created by their daily caffeine fix, but not industrial designer Atticus Durnell. He has cleverly

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Olafur Eliasson’s new lamp for Louis Poulsen brings his art out of the gallery

The Tate Modern’s latest opening, Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life, is an exploration of nature, perception through immersive installation art. Many of the works are

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