Jestico + Whiles completes key new learning centre for the University of Cambridge
A new building that offers co-working and social spaces, the West Hub marks the start of the transformation of the West Cambridge Site into a centre for innovation.
This issue we speak to titan of design, Kelly Hoppen, and the founders of London-based studio Daytrip, Iwan Halstead and Emily Potter, about signature styles, design processes and latest landmark projects. We look at workspaces tasked with working hard for their users – from a vegan, deaf-friendly office for a communications firm to a global HQ that, in its design, juggles multiple brand identities. On the hospitality front, there’s a Scandi-inspired hotel with wellness at its heart and, at the other end of the aesthetic spectrum, an opulent restaurant with a Japanese sensibility. Also, our usual stable of influential industry columnists chart sustainability paradoxes, technology, hybrid working and the future of the high street.
Hassell reimagined a 3D pattern language by overlapping and overlaying the product, reminiscent of how we lay out sample and product on our studio tables throughout a design process. This speaks to the geometric shapes within the pattern while also creating a whole new pattern. The Mix logo is designed as a cut out, revealing the layer beneath showing the build-up of different layered surfaces.
Contour by IVC Commercial applies the principles of architectural geometry to carpet tile design. With the biomorphic Perspective expressing the structural integrity of nature and View, intersecting lines exploring the relationship between architecture and geometry; this carpet tile collection takes office interiors on a journey through principal architectural forms.View the cover archive
Daytrip Studio founders Iwan Halstead and Emily Potter on originality, storytelling and what makes for good design.
David Thame speaks to two fast-growing operators about who will prosper, how and whether some will go to the wall.
Incognito mixes sensory design with true flexibility to create a workplace that can bend to the needs of its occupants.
Communications agency Zetteler and Studio Rhonda have transformed an industrial block of studios into a vibrant and inclusive multipurpose space that defies convention.
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