Posts tagged 'think'

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Profile: Decode London

As young design collectives go, Decode has clearly trumped the competition. With three superb collections in as many years, the partnership between designer Ryan Malone

Opinion
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Master of minimalism: Naoto Fukasawa

His products may be steeped in conceptual theory and philosophy, but prolific Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa really just wants to make people feel good  In

Opinion
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Daredevil: Brighton’s Sean Dare

The Brighton-based designer Sean Dare talks to onoffice about his new design consultancy, taking risks and the impact of a good writing desk  “I don’t

Opinion
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Leo Burnett HQ by Ministry of Design

Advertising giants Leo Burnett’s jazzy new office by Ministry of Design falls somewhere between office and modern art gallery “Here’s what we’ve got. Here’s what

Interiors

Moxon

Moxon is a curious name for an architecture company, and when you go to their website the mystique continues: a concept design for a house

Opinion

Luke Pearson

Q: PearsonLloyd seems particularly interested in creating furniture for the shared work environment. Why? (more…)

Opinion

Fashion conscious

When Wayne Hemingway walked into the Institute of Directors (IoD) in Pall Mall in 2001 dressed in a woman’s pinstripe skirt suit and court shoes,

Projects

Paul Scrivener

I am not big into these rock star architects and designers,” says Paul Scrivener, director of design at London’s market-leading design firm for office interiors,

Opinion

In praise of the everyday

It might seem strange, but in the riot of competing egos and jostling brands that constituted this year’s Milan furniture fair, it wasn’t an aeroplane

Opinion

Architects at work part 2

Following on from our publication of Timothy Soar’s photographs in onoffice issue 14 – showing at the Architects In Practice exhibition at the RIBA headquarters,

Opinion

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