Adaptive reuse: defining new purpose for existing buildings
Ever since buildings have been built, they have been repurposed. How can existing building assets remain relevant in a changing world?
With design elements inspired by local and historic architecture and building better connections, HLW has created a space that brings teams out of meeting rooms and offices and into shared communal areas to collaborate and build better partnerships.
Returning to an office environment has renewed talk of living walls and breathable buildings, but what other solutions can be utilised to create office spaces that employees feel at ease coming back to?
The function and role of commercial spaces is constantly changing – massively accelerated by the pandemic. What do we expect on our return post lockdown?
Cornish for 'meet,' Meta is made using plastic hay bale wrapping, available with a wooden or recycled plastic table top.
The Now Database has been developed collaboratively with suppliers to capture products from suppliers of all sizes, large or small, and to ensure Perkins&Will measure contributions in a fair and equitable way.
In the Mark of Time collection from Ege Carpets, multi-level loop construction creates a sculptural texture influenced by the collision of the Earth’s layers.
Workspace and leisure specialist Bruntwood Works has launched Bloc, an inspiring wellbeing-focused workspace, as part of its £50m Pioneer redevelopment programme.
Arper presents new designs as part of its 2021 collection, reflecting its values on colours, versatility and attention towards the environment.