Chateau Denmark hotel plays homage to rock ‘n roll heritage
Developed by CAW Ventures and designed by Taylor Howes, the new hotel on Denmark Street is one of the most hotly anticipated hospitality openings this year.
The UK’s growing build-to-rent residential sector survived the pandemic – but lessons have been learnt. Architects, designers and developers joined a roundtable hosted by Milliken to assess what worked, what didn’t and what comes next in the world of beds-for-rent
We first brought news of the Design District back early in 2020 - a lot has happened since then, both in terms of the way we work and interact. An awful lot has also changed in Greenwich, where Design District has moved from exciting prospect to creative destination.
An expert panel of designers from a multitude of sectors discuss creating hygienic spaces that don’t compromise on style, comfort and character.
London’s post-COVID office market may not shrink by anything like as much as some fear – if new theories about peak capacity prove correct. David Thame reports.
Is now the time for coworking to re-emerge, superhero–like, and obliterate that commute, destroy those traditional working patterns, and completely annihilate the property market as we know it?
As we navigate the last step of Boris Johnson’s road map out of lockdown, many businesses are once again re-examining their offices to decide whether they are fit for purpose in a post-pandemic world, says Colliers' Colin Wood.
A new poll from MoreySmith has revealed that half of British employees want specially designed areas in the office for socialising if they are to stop working from home.
Whilst a full return to the physical office may not be imminent, the extended downtime brings the opportunity to plan for the eventual return to the workplace - whether phased or in full - in a way that cares for employees and safeguards their health and wellbeing.