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  • 16
    Nov

    Illustrator Ed Kluz celebrates Britain’s eccentric and overlooked follies, temples and towers

    Illustrator Ed Kluz celebrates Britain's eccentric and overlooked follies, temples and towers Creative Boom (blog) Full coverage Original Article

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  • 16
    Nov

    Focus: Q&A – Robin Chadha

    Robin Chadha brings us up to date with the latest projects for citizenM’s design-led, value-conscious accommodation What does your role at citizenM entail?I’m chief marketing officer, but my role goes beyond that to encompass everything to do with the experience of the guest, from the physical and digital right through to music, scents and uniforms. […]

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  • 15
    Nov

    Islandsbanki North Tower branch

    allen international undertook a complete re-think of their present operational model and customer experience to create Islandsbanki’s next generation of branches. How were you commissioned?: Continuing a long and successful partnership with Islandsbanki that commenced back in 2007, allen international undertook a continued re-think of their present operational model and customer experience to create Islandsbanki’s […]

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  • 14
    Nov

    A magnificent eye – the public library designed by MVRDV

    In collaboration with local architects TUPDI, MVRDV have competed the Tianjin Binhai Public Library in a record breaking time of only three years. The work of global architecture and urban design firm MVRDV, the Tianjin Binhai Public Library gives the appearance of a giant eye, with floor to ceiling bookcases cascading around a luminous, spherical […]

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  • 14
    Nov

    California dreaming: exploring the visions of the SCI-Arc graduates

    As a juror at the Southern California Institute of Architecture’s Graduate Thesis Weekend, Herbert Wright got an insight into the future of architecture as seen by its would-be practitioners Words by Herbert Wright There seems to be something about the name SCI-Arc that invites wordplay. Maybe it implies reaching out into the blue like a […]

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  • 13
    Nov

    Dreamer’s Lounge: the Roche Bobois – Philippe Maidenberg collaboration for Holiday House London

    Acclaimed designer Roche Bobois collaborates with internationally renowned architect Philippe Maidenberg to create a ‘Dreamer's Lounge’ for the first Holiday House London. Founded by interior designer and breast cancer survivor Iris Dankner, Holiday House is a celebrated interior design exhibition which raises crucial funds for the prevention and cure of breast cancer. Previously, the exhibition […]

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  • 13
    Nov

    Perkins+Will’s proposed wooden skyscraper is exploring timber’s potential

    With proposals for timber skyscrapers becoming more prevalent around the world, Perkins + Will join forces with Thornton Tomasetti and the University of Cambridge to develop plans for The River Beech Tower, Chicago. The global architecture practice Perkins+Will has teamed up with structural engineering firm Thornton Tomasetti and the University of Cambridge to develop plans […]

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  • 10
    Nov

    Super modern meets Suffolk vernacular: Wood Farm by Studio RHE

    In the quiet of the Suffolk countryside a family home has been carved from the footprint of a farmstead and a Second World War hangar site. It has also inspired London-based Studio RHE to develop a new way to address the national housing shortage Words by Cate St HillAll Images – Dirk Lindner Not far […]

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  • 09
    Nov

    Nulty lights up Waterloo’s iconic graffiti tunnel, Leake Street

    Cutting-edge lighting design consultancy Nulty recently completed their work on the regeneration of Leake Street Arches, including lighting 300m of Leake Street, one of London’s most popular urban street art locations. Linking Lower Marsh to the South Bank, Leake Street – also known as the iconic ‘graffiti tunnel’ – was brought to fame by infamous […]

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  • 09
    Nov

    Londra Housing, Bucharest

    ADNBA created seven beautiful apartments in one of the few remaining lots in an old neighborhood of historical and architectural value in the central area of Bucharest. How were you commissioned?: Through a former client What was the brief from the client and how much were they involved?: The client has been very involved and […]

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