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JRA designs Mindspace’s second coworking space in London

Spanning 4,100 sq m across two floors, Mindspace Shoreditch incorporates informal meeting areas, lounges, private offices and phone booths. JRA collaborated closely with Mindspace to create a design true to its signature boutique style. Photography © Matt Livey

17/02/2020 2 min read

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Ask the Expert: Tackling coworking and shared office refurbishments

Reports show that flexible working spaces are growing by up to 30% annually across Europe – and for designers, this means creating adaptable working spaces that can easily evolve as office spaces grow and change.

13/02/2020 3 min read

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Driving in the dark: Britain's office market today

A February fog of confusing data obscures a UK office market that is surviving, and sometimes thriving, as David Thame reports.

13/02/2020 6 min read

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Frövi challenges everyday working with new modular pod, Colony

A pioneering piece for the British brand, the structure acts as a vessel for other products both old and new and is completely configurable. Users are able to design their own combination of panel finishes from felt, metal or fabric.

06/02/2020 1 min read

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Johnson Tiles – Maximalism

Maximalism has made a come-back, with a contemporary and playful twist – the key sentiment being ‘more is more.’

01/09/2019 1 min read
Johnson Tiles – Maximalism

This has been a trend behind the launch of Johnsons tiles most recent product ranges Stratum and Avoir. Both product ranges are heavily influenced by the 1970s, which has seen a huge revival from geometrics to furniture shapes and colour palettes. Both ranges afford the ability to block colour to create large statement patterns, whether it is the large-scale geometric patterns of the Avior range or the heavy marble effect of the Stratum range. Often the layering of colour and large-scale foliage can create a more subtle and contemporary approach to maximalism, utilizing bright radiant tones to soft serene hues – anything goes

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