Adaptive reuse: defining new purpose for existing buildings
Ever since buildings have been built, they have been repurposed. How can existing building assets remain relevant in a changing world?
This month we take a look at the plug-and-play office market - predicting big changes ahead as the first of two roundtables looks at how to stay ahead of the curve in the world of post-pandemic coworking. Elsewhere, we take a tour of Scott Brownrigg's newly designed space for Chaucer and sit down with Goddard Littlefair to discuss their much-anticipated Mondrian Shoreditch project. Plus, our second roundtable considers the importance of colour and texture in sensory design for wellbeing, and much more. 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. Thanks to Karndean and LOM architecture and design for this month's cover!
This month’s cover logo was designed by LOM architecture and design, who looked to work with the irregular linear pattern of the background and the highlights shown through the layer of white.
Inspired by Karndean’s own mission to push boundaries and empower a sense of possibility, this month’s cover presents an abstract representation of design as an endless journey of discovery with lines of intersecting colour extracted from natural textures and various landscapes creating sense of movement.View the cover archive
We’ve gathered a panel of industry experts at Ultrafabrics’ fantastic Clerkenwell showroom to discuss the importance of textures and colour when it comes to designing spaces with sensory wellbeing in mind.
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