Studio TILT challenges what an ‘office should look like’ at Hiscox
Circular economy principles and colour through art were used to form a workplace that extends beyonds the insurance HQ's physical space in London.
In this issue we consider the possibilities for the 1 billion sqft of under-used or redundant UK retail floor space, take a look around tp bennett's new project at Open Society Foundations, and round up our pick of the hotels finally opening their doors in 2021 - and much more! Each one of our covers is unique – including our logo. We hand over the reins to a different designer and manufacturer each month, making our print magazines a work of art in themselves. Thanks to Gensler and Sixteen 3 for this month's cover.
Gensler: Inspired by the architectural nature of the cover, Gensler created a logo to reflect the parallel lines which form the walls. The use of bright yellow integrates the logo into the structure and its positioning on the page creates a balanced composition.
Sixteen3: Calvert is a truly flexible, infinitely scalable space division system. Wall frames, available in three different heights and numerous finishes, can be combined in a multitude of ways to help define social and work zones, whilst the wide range of accessories provide functional touches.View the cover archive
Middle-class middle-of-the-road hospitality and residential schemes will be the big property stories of 2021 and 2022, according to one of the world’s leading investors. It could mean a radical change in the flow of work coming your way.
Finding new ways to ensure that workers can be productive without sitting side-by-side has become a massive challenge for designers. With hybrid workplace models rapidly becoming the norm, IVC Commercial present seven smart ways to define and delineate the open plan workplace.
Who are the industry-leaders taking on the judging challenge at Mixology21 this year? Find out more about our esteemed judges and get started on your entries.
While you might find a number of top chefs eating poorly at home, when it comes to Knight Frank’s own real estate, the leading property firm definitely puts its money where its mouth is, recently commissioning a top-of-the-range fit-out for the refresh of its 100,000 sq ft Baker Street global headquarters.
We’re thrilled to bring you a new regular column from one of the country’s foremost workplace and change thinkers, leading author Neil Usher - providing an expert view of the issues facing workplace owners, operators, designers and users alike.
It’s been a challenging 12 months for the hospitality and travel industry – but call us optimists, we can’t help but get excited about the new hotels finally about to open their doors.
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