Offices After Coronavirus

2020-07-14T15:48:19+01:00

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As social beings we will always want the office – but change is inevitable says Matthew Blain, Principal at Hassell

Offices After Coronavirus2020-07-14T15:48:19+01:00

Offices After Coronavirus

2022-08-01T17:19:20+01:00

Office design will be driven by the wellbeing as well as safety of staff, says Despina Katsikakis, Head of Occupier Business Performance at Cushman & Wakefield.

Offices After Coronavirus2022-08-01T17:19:20+01:00

Offices After Coronavirus

2020-07-14T15:48:42+01:00

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Offices are here to stay, but change is guaranteed says Richard Kauntze, CEO of the British Council for Offices

Offices After Coronavirus2020-07-14T15:48:42+01:00

Informing Design

2021-11-15T11:04:54+01:00

Viewpoint To improve housing design we should take every opportunity to better understand residents, says Mæ's Alex Ely

Informing Design2021-11-15T11:04:54+01:00

‘Rebuilding Notre Dame’

2020-05-12T14:39:55+01:00

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A year after fire ravaged Notre-Dame de Paris, a TV documentary shows encouraging signs of progress in a reconstruction project that raises both structural and philosophical problems, says Donald Insall

‘Rebuilding Notre Dame’2020-05-12T14:39:55+01:00

Back to the Future

2020-04-28T09:59:27+01:00

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There has never been a better time to learn from the post-war new towns, says Katy Lock

Back to the Future2020-04-28T09:59:27+01:00

Eternal Hopes

2020-04-20T10:32:30+01:00

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Many architects seek to make ‘timeless’ buildings. Too bad, says Robert Adam – it can’t be done

Eternal Hopes2020-04-20T10:32:30+01:00

Distance Learning

2020-04-03T20:56:08+01:00

Education
The present crisis should encourage both practice and education to embrace the innovative potential of networks, says London School of Architecture founder Will Hunter

Distance Learning2020-04-03T20:56:08+01:00

Rock Solid

2020-03-05T12:34:27+01:00

Envelope
A new exhibition reflects a rebirth of interest in stone as a sustainable, beautiful and inexpensive structural material, say curators Amin Taha, Steve Webb and Pierre Bidaud

Rock Solid2020-03-05T12:34:27+01:00

Sink or Swim

2020-03-05T11:01:48+01:00

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With flooding set to increase almost everywhere people live, water must become central to our thinking about architecture and urbanism, says Iñaki Alday

Sink or Swim2020-03-05T11:01:48+01:00

Drawing

2019-11-27T17:00:01+01:00

In conversation
Sheila O’Donnell and Luke Caspar Pearson

Drawing2019-11-27T17:00:01+01:00