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London's Serpentine Coffee House offers a dynamic welcome to Hyde Park

London’s parks are some of the most treasured parts of the city, visited by millions of people a year in…
06 Aug 2019

One Year In: V&A Dundee by Kengo Kuma

Lead architects Kengo Kuma and Associates worked in collaboration with PiM.studio Architects to deliver Scotland's first design museum, V&A Dundee Read…
01 Aug 2019

Made for millennials: The colourful, quirky office space for tech startup Appodeal

"The office in Minsk was initially planned as an R&D space,” says Ruslan Voronetsky, general manager at Appodeal Belarus. “And…
29 Jul 2019

Metropolitan Workshop's co-working refurbishment that could change the reputation of this former industrial town

Swindon is a dump – at least that’s its reputation. But if you go west out of the station, you…
18 Jul 2019

One Year In: Inside Fuse, the innovation hub of law firm Allen & Overy

Jump Studios designed a collaborative new space for Fuse, the tech innovation project within law firm Allen & Overy. We…
02 Jul 2019

These are the big challenges future workplaces pose for architects

For architects and designers, creating an office space is increasingly becoming about more than rows of desks and access to…
13 Jun 2019

New Maggie's Centre inspired by Welsh mountainside opens in Cardiff

Dow Jones Architects’ design for a temporary Maggie’s South East Wales Centre, situated in the grounds of the Velindre Cancer…
24 May 2019

Healthy building: Why do we treat our food better than our own health?

At this time of year, many of us suffer with allergies. But, according to Allergy UK, over 9,000 deaths in…
23 May 2019

Inside Zaha Hadid Architects five-star hotel for Morpheus in Macau

Almost one year on from the opening of Morpheus Hotel in Macau in June 2018, how has the design by…
13 May 2019

Jean Nouvel plants a desert rose in the National Museum of Qatar

The National Museum of Qatar opened its doors to the public on March 28, inviting both Qatari residents and tourists…
08 May 2019

Beneath the skin: A look inside Davines Village

Much like in literature, what elevates good architecture from its run-of-the-mill counterpart is the story. In the case of Davines…
08 Apr 2019

The Italian school changing ideas of work and study through hybrid architecture

While the verdant valleys of Buttrio are renowned for producing some of Italy’s most terrific wines, the comune, belonging to…
01 Apr 2019

How to design a supportive office space for new mothers

As we take the time to appreciate our mums this Mother’s Day, we should also appreciate the hardships working mothers…
29 Mar 2019

The Economist office in the Adelphi has made the culture more dynamic

A little over a year ago the Economist left its home of 52 years and moved into new offices by Perkins+Will…
25 Mar 2019

How Milan became Europe's pioneer of a new type of tall building

In the past decade, the race to build the world’s tallest building has been intensifying between corporate real-estate tycoons. The…
18 Mar 2019

AHMM transforms 1960s Old Street block The Bower using clever retrofit and extension

With the completion of The Bower a year after White Collar Factory, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris has now remade two…
25 Feb 2019

The Surrey school connecting nature and education using timber and green space

St Teresa’s School is an independent girls’ school located in the green belt of the Surrey Hills – an area…
22 Feb 2019

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