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Portland creative agency Swift crafts a space that reflects its values

Like many former industrial neighbourhoods in America’s cities, the Slabtown district of Portland is undergoing a dramatic transformation, as factories, warehouses and lumber mills are

Interiors
Jeremy Bittermann||

Airbnb’s low-tech and flexible Portland office

You could say that the new office of airbnb’s Customer Experience centre in Portland, Oregon is the very antithesis of that cliche about the Brits

Interiors
Steve Hall and Tom Harris||

Chicago Biennial

The list of curators and contributors shaping the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial (CAB), the first of its kind in North America, reads as a who’s

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Top launches at the world’s contract design show NeoCon

Milliken Carpet brand Milliken showed its new Naturally Drawn collection, which was inspired by watercolour painting, pencil sketching and ink drawing. The design uses the

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Acxiom’s corporate cultural shift by Studio O+A

San Francisco-based interior design firm Studio O+A is an integral part of the tech-workplace design story. Set up in the early 1990s, it helped spearhead

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Uber hails new workplace of ‘neighbourhoods’

SHoP architects and Studio O+A have revealed designs for taxi company Uber’s new San Francisco headquarters. The 39,297sq m proposed scheme features two glass buildings

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Designers of top NY venues create Midtown office

Emporium Design, creator of some of New York’s hippest venues, has applied the same raw, less-is-more industrial aesthetic to a Midtown workplace Thousands and thousands of pounds

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1stdibs – the world’s most sumptuous office?

Online antique and vintage marketplace 1stdibs’ new Manhattan office space is a glamorous marriage of home and office It would be a challenging prospect for

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LinkedIn blocks Google – speaking architecturally

BIG and Heatherwick’s ‘office of the future’ for Google’s Silicon Valley headquarters could become a relic of the past before it even gets off the

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Mecanoo’s first US project has a ‘dutch touch’

Dutch practice Mecanoo has completed its first US project, the $123.9m Bruce C. Bolling municipal, which is expected to rejuvenate the downtrodden Dudley Square in

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