From socialising with workmates of an evening in the pub to the blinking of a BlackBerry on a bedside table, the boundaries between work and
Faced with outgrowing its beloved East End office, creative agency Wieden+Kennedy opted to expand to an industrial site across the road London advertising agency Wieden+Kennedy has
When thinking of the inner circle of European signature designers – apart from Konstantin Grcic and, of course, Dieter Rams in his day – big
Maybe it’s the name that subconsciously creates an expectation of juvenility, but when Michael Young jumps out of his car he transmits a youthful energy
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Railway arches, abandoned warehouses, bus shelters – we all know where graffiti is meant to live, right? We also know that it’s generally uninvited and,
Following on from our profiles of three young designers (page 68), onoffice canvassed academics’ and manufacturers’ opinions on how to take the step into the
How can workplace design encourage children to express their feelings? What kind of environment will inspire them to engage in fruitful conversations with adults By