Small but mighty: five compact office spaces
Five of our favourite small-scale workspaces prove bigger doesn’t necessarily equal better.
Inspired by Japanese aesthetics, the new Embodied Beauty™ collection helps to reduce the carbon footprint of your space.
LABS and architects Hutchinson & Partners have beautifully revitalised the Grade-II listed building, including exclusive furniture designed in collaboration with Fred Rigby Studio.
Perfect for creating a sensory experience, and for big and bold statements, the Contour range of ceramic wall tiles delivers on structure and texture.
Oktra has designed another bold workspace for the fitness apparel business Gymshark, referencing the brand's UK offices and surrounding Denver.
The continuous development of Forbo's acoustic flooring solutions makes it easier for specifiers and designers to cut down on unwanted noise in commercial buildings.
Taking inspiration from the style and charm of the surrounding urban landscape, 74 has completed the design of The Green Rooms from Amro Living, a new BTR scheme in the heart of Salford's Media City.
A previously dark and unworkable space has been transformed into a highly bespoke new workplace for PDP London.
Taking us a little further afield, the first phase for stone-clad Aquarela complex in Ecuador features Pedrali furniture throughout the interiors.
The big beasts of retail property face a wipe-out. In response, they are rapidly evolving into residential and hotel developers. Hammerson are one of the first to turn towards a non-retail development pipeline.
MOODS is a series of inspiring palettes created in collaboration with design studios, using UNILIN's colourful Evola panels.