Posts tagged 'uk'

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Lois O’Hara on being a dreamer, the joy of colour and making others happy

To celebrate the recent launch of OnOffice’s first quarterly issue, based on the theme of colour (we could all use a pop of colour right

Design
Tim Crocker and Timothy Soar|||

Taking shapes: 80–100 Victoria Street by Edge Architecture and Design

It’s one thing to have an impressive office space that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing, ticking the corporate social responsibility boxes as well as

Architecture
Drew Forsyth|||

Missguided HQ, Manchester, by Sheila Bird Group

Missguided’s headquarters, opposite Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium, was created by the Sheila Bird Group. More like the dream bedroom of a fashion student than

Interiors
Philip Vile|||

Atrium co-working space, Camden, by Barr Gazetas

London’s Camden Market is renowned for its hustle and bustle and a history of both industry and bold counterculture, from punk to Britpop to wide-eyed

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Matt Clayton|||

Berghaus HQ, Sunderland, by Rock Townsend

It’s safe to say this is the first workplace OnOffice has published that has drawn inspiration from a dry cleaner’s. It is the result of

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Workplaces today are constantly in flux, says Benjamin Hubert

With his new company Layer, UK designer Benjamin Hubert is figuratively removing his name from above the door to some extent but taking his expertise

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London Festival of Architecture announces theme and seeks entries

This year’s London Festival of Architecture (LFA) will focus on the theme “community”, in an effort to demonstrate architecture’s relevance to the people of the

Architecture
Hufton + Crow||||

Turning Tides: FaulknerBrowns’ Hebburn Central

Hebburn Central is – literally and metaphorically – an all-singing, all-dancing project. The focal point of a regeneration scheme in South Shields on the outskirts

Architecture
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Inside Studio RHE’s Alphabeta building

The first thing that hits as you approach London’s Alphabeta building is the noise. The drilling indicates that the construction industry cavalry are out in

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SimpsonHaugh on the changes in Manchester’s Civic Quarter

“It’s a blurring of the division between the external public space and the internal administrative centre,” says Rachel Haugh, co-founder of SimpsonHaugh and Partners, about

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