AHR applies innovative biophilic design principles at The Spine building
For the northern home of The Royal College of Physicians, AHR Architects was tasked with creating a building that leaves its occupants healthier.
The office property market is constantly changing. We bring you the latest views from right across the commercial property spectrum.
Build-to-rent developer, Quintain Living, is beginning to look and sound like a US-style multifamily operator. So what does it mean for UK furnished apartments?
Nobody is pretending that the UK hotel development pipeline will start to flow again like it did before March 2020. But there are plenty of encouraging signs the hotel building business will bounce back. One year after the pandemic began, Mix offers six reasons to be hopeful.
One of London’s most adventurous office developers believes that the future of workspace lies in funky eye-catching corporate HQs and a vast spectrum of hospitality-based workplaces, from cafés and pubs to hotels and coworking. David Thame explores.
Here’s a promise about 2022: it won’t be like last year. A heady combination of investors in a panic to spend, consumers with savings to spend, lockdown exhaustion and Keynesian animal spirits will power the property market in 2022.
The UK’s prime office markets are roaring back in to life, with towers proving to be top prospects.
No signs that Omicron dented the recovery in London’s luxury hotel market, as profits surge at the capital’s top destinations.
A bounce-back for the industry as WeWork sale price sets hearts racing.
Look out for life sciences, private rented housing, coliving and student spaces. All are tipped as major growth areas for your business in 2022. So says research from the Urban Land Institute, whose Chief Executive speaks exclusively to Mix.