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    Taste sensation

    The Höcklistein winery is a converted a historic barn on the outskirts of Rapperswil‐Jona, Lake Zurich. Due to its location right next to the wineries vineyard, the well‐preserved building is directly related to the place of origin of the winery. The PSLAB team was asked to collaborate with Zech Architektur from Romanshorn, to create the

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    10 Bloomsbury Way

    BuckleyGrayYeoman has completed a 60,000 sq ft fit-out for The Office Group (TOG), the British pioneer of flexible workspaces and co-working spaces. Spanning across three floors, the adaptable workspace and additional club areas are located at an intersection of Bloomsbury Way and New Oxford Street, benefitting from the building’s

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    Don’t forget the past

    This house is a 1,100 square foot remodel of a 1930s cabin that overlooks Agate Pass on Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula. The home of Alan Maskin, a principal and owner of Olson Kundig, includes a renovation and building addition, interior design, landscape design and an art, design and custom furniture collection.

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  • Oh Christmas Tree

    Oh Christmas Tree

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    • 7th December 2016

    A special Christmas Tree designed by the renowned architect André Fu of AFSO has been unveiled in the Upper House lobby, Hong Kong, and will remain on display until 2nd January 2017. One of the most sought-after design talents in Asia, Fu, the designer behind the Upper House, was inspired by the traditions of Nordic

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  • Fact or friction

    Fact or friction

    In January’s ‘The Last Word’ feature, Helen Groat, Senior Engineer, Arup, discusses the capabilities and intricacies of timber for use in the architectural industry     Developments in timber engineering, with respect to machining complexity, innovation and the types of timber used, have heightened interest in the material and increased its popularity. Through its work

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  • Take the stage

    Take the stage

    Architect’s Choice explores the Stirling Prize Winner, Everyman Theatre, Liverpool, and the advent of good theatre design in architecture.   The Everyman Theatre, Liverpool, designed by Haworth Tompkins, is undoubtedly a worthy winner of 2014’s RIBA Stirling Prize trophy. The old Everyman Theatre in Liverpool opened in 1964 in the shell of a nineteenth century

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  • Let the light in

    Let the light in

    The Photon Project Ltd, founding company for The Photon SpaceTM brand, brings together leading minds to present a new wellbeing experience     The Photon SpaceTM provides a new hospitality and well-being experience combining the latest in all-glass technology with sophisticated design; to let the benefits of natural light in. Launched on Crowdcube in November,

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  • January Question Time

    January Question Time

    This month’s question: When is architectural design acceptable as sculpture and not functioning form?     When is it ok for architectural design to exist merely as a spectacle and not to be used by the masses? This is the questions on many architectural enthusiasts lips as news of London’s Garden Bridge reveals that the

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  • Food lovers’ paradise

    Food lovers’ paradise

    In November’s Last Word feature, Ken Greig, Partner at Greig & Stephenson, reflected on how architecture affects its surrounding community; the people, the businesses and the landscape… Our involvement with Borough Market has in many ways taken us back to the grass roots, designing for small retail businesses rather than for the major multiples that

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  • Value inside and out

    Value inside and out

    Richard Beastall, Principal Director in the Interiors Division and Chris Bennie, Principal Director in the Architecture Division, at tp bennett, discuss levelling the design playing field As architectural practices struggle to give greater authority to their interior design departments, Richard and Chris explain the client value of a practice that has equalised the status of

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