Posts tagged 'windows'


Scottish Widows by Eric Parry

Eric Parry Architects’ discreet Mayfair office draws on and restores the area’s historic fabric “I suppose for an urbanite in London, this street is always


TBG’s Kentish Town HQ by Satmoko Ball

Digital advertising agency TBG has brightened up its north London space with vivid plywood cabinets and… a shed  “Defy expectations,” demands a neon sign on

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Calouste Gulbenkian’s UK headquarters

Portuguese charity the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation needed a revamped image fit for the 21st century. The answer? A move from Regents Park to Hoxton Square


A learning curve

One Coleman Street, previously Austral House (where a fleet of Mini Coopers emerge from in the opening scenes of the Italian Job), is the latest


Hothouse Flowers

Hackney is a creative community, emerging on industrial land, and nothing seems to epitomise this more than its new cultural arts centre. The sustainable, boomerang-shaped


The barn and the cowshed

Words by Kerstin Zumstein British architecture practice Architype has designed its own workplace by reviving a derelict barn near Hereford into a modern, bona fide



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