Thirdway designs Huckletree’s first London outpost
Thirdway has delivered a co-working space with personality in Soho’s iconic, brutalist Ingestre Court building.
For the northern home of The Royal College of Physicians, AHR Architects was tasked with creating a building that leaves its occupants healthier.
Combining linear lights and the soft lines of moss or plants, this range offers solutions for both biophilia and acoustic noise reduction.
In one sense of the word, biophilia is here for good – for the good of all of us. But is it simply another workplace element that is bang on trend today, only to be relegated down those wish lists tomorrow?
There is a wealth of evidence to suggest that, by incorporating biophilic design into our built environments, we can increase our health and wellbeing. Biophilic design acknowledges that we are instinctively connected to nature and that, through exploring this connection within the spaces that we live, relax and work in, we can positively influence our physical and psychological health. Oliver Heath, Director of Oliver Heath Designs, knows his stuff.
Rockscape is a dramatic rock form translated into a carpet that honours the natural world.
The debut project from the multi-disciplinary practice finds its home in Manchester’s hip Ancoats area, showing the client's continuing commitment to the fast-growing city.
From hand-crafted crystal to concrete lamps, the Pendantic collection is designed to elevate luxury commercial interiors.
The Munich aparthotel is one of the latest openings from the rapidly growing Locke group.