Small but mighty: five compact office spaces
Five of our favourite small-scale workspaces prove bigger doesn’t necessarily equal better.
With unique patterns and gradients that blend seamlessly, the tactile Artcore collection is inspired by the transitions found in nature and beyond.
Harrison transforms the Hilton Metropole from a 'cookie cutter' 1990s interior to one that encompasses Birmingham's history and the modern day.
London's Battersea Power Station sees a momentous occasion as it reopens its doors to the public for the first time in a decade.
Flip Desk by Vij5 is a fold-away workstation with hidden storage compartments, ideal for smaller and flexible workspaces.
Leading design duo Martin Goddard and Jo Littlefair reflect on creativity, purpose and the decade since founding their eponymous studio.
Colour expert Justine Fox discusses the positive change and healthier spaces that result from cross-disciplinary collaboration.
The two East London-born businesses have moved into a workspace designed by commercial interior studio, Trifle*.
JA!COCO! transformed Beer 52's HQ into a ‘Wonka-style’ townhouse office of fun, colour and business innovation.
Charles Holden’s 55 Broadway inspires Victoria’s latest 1million sq ft mixed-use development and namesake, The Broadway.
PlayStation Liverpool's office celebrates what it means to be 'a Gamer' with a destination-centric and vibrant workspace.
Studio Two refines the Leeds restaurant with oceanic hues and water-like metallics to pay homage to historical ship, The Titanic.