The Office Group and SODA unveil cinematic Brock House
Inspired by the eclectic history of the building, Brock House is set within an ‘island-like’ building in the West End, offering an oasis of calm with wellness at its core.
In this issue we introduce the fantastic Mix 30 under 30 Class of 2021 - the rising stars of the architectural and interior design community. Our May roundtable discusses the great home vs office debate: are our homes set to the the new office for the foreseeable future? Elsewhere, Neil Usher looks at generations at work, David Thame meets the man bringing US Build-to-Rent to this side of the pond and we look inside plenty of exciting projects from 5plus Architects, Conran and Partners, BDG and much more. Each one of our covers is unique. We hand over the reins to a different designer each month, making our print magazines a work of art in themselves. Thanks to Amtico and BDP for this month’s cover and logo!
BDP: This month’s logo was inspired by the hexagonal pattern of the flooring. By overlaying a simple geometric framework, we were able to form ‘MIX’ from the isometric pattern we’d created.The gradient on the lettering utilises the light source top-right.
Amtico: With the tactile power of natural, hand-worked materials and the performance of premium LVT, Amtico Form’s textures and natural colourways transform commercial environments. Its low-gloss wear layer gives the products a beautiful, natural appearance, while high performance antimicrobial technology reduces bacteria by more than 99% over 24 hours.View the cover archive
Run For The Hills has designed Bondi Green – its second offering for Aussie hospitality venture, Daisy Green Collection – a new all-day drinks and dining spot set within a huge, light-filled space at the base of the landmark Brunel Building in Paddington.
One of London’s largest and most exciting redevelopments, King’s Cross has been described as a symbol of London’s industrial past and creative present – both of which inform Argent’s new residential development, LUMA.
When global chemical company BASF decided to up sticks and move their UK headquarters to Stockport, they turned to 5plus to make the relocation happen - creating a new, activity-based way of working.
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