Quarry Studios

2021-02-18T15:16:51+01:00

Moxon Architects’ self-built Cairngorms office makes an exemplary response to a sensitive landscape, finds David McClean

Quarry Studios2021-02-18T15:16:51+01:00

Handyside Street

2021-02-18T15:12:56+01:00

Reflections and dappled daylight animate a London office building by Coffey Architects

Handyside Street2021-02-18T15:12:56+01:00

Yorkton Workshops

2021-02-18T15:18:53+01:00

Cassion Castle Architects has transformed a dilapidated block in Hackney into a contemporary design office

Yorkton Workshops2021-02-18T15:18:53+01:00

Business and Pleasure

2021-01-29T10:27:55+01:00

Building Review Turner Works mixes low-cost workspace and a leisure destination in a development that seems well suited to uncertain times, finds Louis Mayes

Business and Pleasure2021-01-29T10:27:55+01:00

Back in Style

2020-10-29T12:59:24+01:00

Building Piercy & Company weaves historic references into its renovation of a former clothing factory

Back in Style2020-10-29T12:59:24+01:00

Critical Construction

2020-07-22T15:02:39+01:00

Building Review
A London office building by Witherford Watson Mann is shaped by care for those who built it, those who will occupy it, and those just passing by, finds Michael Badu

Critical Construction2020-07-22T15:02:39+01:00

Offices After Coronavirus

2020-07-14T15:47:48+01:00

Viewpoint
Covid could accelerate progress towards net zero carbon offices says Peter Fisher, director at Bennetts Associates

Offices After Coronavirus2020-07-14T15:47:48+01:00

Offices After Coronavirus

2020-07-14T15:48:04+01:00

Viewpoint
The function of the office will increasingly be to foster culture, says Nicola Rutt, partner at Hawkins Brown

Offices After Coronavirus2020-07-14T15:48:04+01:00

Offices After Coronavirus

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

Viewpoint
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
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