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Mono HQ by Chris Lange and Charlie Lazor

Decamping to a derelict screen-printing warehouse in arty uptown Minneapolis represented something of a homecoming for local firm Mono. Company founder Chris Lange had spent

Interiors
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Abu Dhabi: the new jewel of the Middle East

Abu Dhabi has replaced Dubai as the booming centre for construction of office and commercial space. Michael Willoughby explains why  When Dubai property developer Nakheel,

Opinion
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The rise of Passivehaus in the UK

Passivhaus, the utopian benchmark of low-carbon building design is finally finding roots in the UK. Rachel Calton looks at those pioneering the concept The Passivhaus

Opinion
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Nigel Coates: mischief maker

The prolific British designer and architect on erotic furniture, the evolution of cities and why he won’t be designing an office any time soon Nigel

Opinion
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Dutch creative agency Gummo’s offices by i29

Need a stylish look for a temporary workspace on the cheap? Spray it black It’s amazing what a lick of paint can do. Just ask

Interiors

Design hot spots

The onoffice team left our London-centric bubble to check out which designers are making a name for themselves away from the Big Smoke Great design

Opinion

Urban meets country

It took two buses, a train journey and a taxi swerving on winding country roads to deliver me to The Long Barn Studio, new home

Projects

Down on the farm

When The Duke of Marlborough called on property and construction consultancy Ridge to renovate a derelict model farm on the grounds of Blenheim Palace, the

Projects

Peter Opsvik

Peter Opsvik is hopping from foot to foot as he talks, gesturing enthusiastically. He is making a point that is absolutely central to his work:

Opinion

Katrina Kostic Samen

On her website, a nonchalant Katrina Kostic Samen is perched elegantly half in and half out of a helicopter. As she cheerfully waves her magic

Opinion

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