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A 1.1 acre rooftop forest of over 100 established trees and 10,000 plants has been granted planning as part of Roots In The Sky, a radical reimagining of the former Blackfriars Crown Court as a next-gen workspace.

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6 experts give their highs, lows and lessons learnt in 2020

2020 has undoubtedly been the year of seismic change for all professionals in every sector. We caught up with 6 past Mixology judges to give us their highs, lows and learnings over the past few months.

01/12/2020 6 min read

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Lessons from King's Cross?

More property tech, and much more interventionist landlords, will mean big changes for the way office floorspace works post-COVID, says an office developer active in one of the most cutting-edge of London’s office markets.

25/11/2020 3 min read

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Pedrali working spaces 2020

Pedrali has designed a new line of versatile, innovative solutions conceived for the new scenarios and changing trends of tomorrow’s workspaces.

02/12/2020 4 min read

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October 2020: Issue 206

In this issue

In this issue, we look at the future of coworking: adapt to survive or a eureka moment for the sector? Elsewhere, this month's roundtable focuses on cruelty-free design, and we look around projects from Scott Brownrigg, Peldon Rose, FaulknerBrowns and Jolie Studio. Each one of our covers is unique – including our logo. We hand over the reins to a different designer each month, making our print magazines a work of art in themselves.

The logo

Buckley Gray Yeoman’s cover for this month’s issue plays on shadows and colours beside Arper’s new Adell chair. The cover was designed by the studio’s specialist ID team – led by Timothy Shepherd and Jane Maciver – whose international work includes a series of new hotels in Belgium, completing later this year.

The cover

Smooth like a pebble, soft as mounded moss. With low rounded curves, Adell by Lievore + Altherr Désile Park for Arper is a lounge armchair evoking a precious keepsake from the natural world – whether in use indoors or out. With a shell made from 80% recycled polypropylene, the calming form has been designed with sustainability at its foundation, putting both body and mind at ease.

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The courage to speak softly

This month, M Moser Associate's Steve Gale suggests we treasure our rediscovered solitude. Has working from home made us look twice at extrovert-centric offices?

26/10/2020 3 min read

Designing for neurodiversity

The workplace has become a more accessible environment than ever, but there is still a lot of work to be done in terms of designing for a neurodiverse workforce. We meet up with Franky Rousell, founder of sensory design experts, Jolie Studio.

26/10/2020 4 min read

Scott Brownrigg design new Reckitt Benckiser centre

The practice have designed the new £105 million Science and Innovation Centre in Hull, connecting existing historical buildings to a high spec research facility.

22/10/2020 5 min read

Is 2021 going to be coworking’s big moment, or Armageddon?

Coworking operators and developers ponder the future – and it might not be as bad as you think. David Thame reports.

20/10/2020 6 min read

An interview with Unispace CEO, Steven Quick

"The market is in transition. It’s an immense time of change and compressed workplace evolution." Mix sits down (virtually) with Steven Quick, who took up the role as CEO of Unispace last month.

19/10/2020 4 min read

Interface introduces NY+LON Streets, featuring new CQuest Bio backing

Taking its name from carpet’s core material and its inspiration from two of the world’s iconic cities, the collection encourages a new perspective on urban exploration.

16/10/2020 2 min read

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