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Proudly planet friendly
Green thinking is a major asset for any company both in terms of the planet and its own public persona – a pioneer in the field, Method Recycling goes further, making recycling an aesthetic pleasure
Meals on wheels?
Robotic room service is just one drawcard of the Hotel Monville, which features a soaring lobby with giant pillars along with triple floor windows so passers by can be drawn in by the drama.
Back to the future
The golden age of air travel is back – and in grand style – with the new TWA Hotel at JFK incorporating Eero Saarinen’s fabulously futuristic 1962-designed TWA Flight Center as its spectacular lobby.
Five people-centric design principles that can be applied to workplace design
Putting people first in workplace design leads to better business results as well as more positive staff experiences, says Holly Campbell, senior associate at Warren and Mahoney.
Sitting pretty – self-contained solar-powered seating environments that care about people and the planet
There's a new seating kid in town for architects and designers addressing commercial outdoor environments or public venues. The ground-breaking (grid-saving) Sedi range is designed and shaped to optim...
How a poorly organised 15-year-old building was transformed into an attractive and highly functional commercial space that’s attuned to the new generation of office tenants.
No, let's take the stairs
Presenting as a giant skite element within engineering giant Arup's own offices, a substantial, sculptural concrete stair seems to float through the middle of the space.
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Where eagles dare
And also adventurous travellers, if their destination is one of these pared back extensions at Manshausen Island Resort, Norway – an area noted for the world´s largest population of Sea Eagles.
What do senior living communities really need?
Establishing pathways for interaction is central to Boffa Miskell’s approach to masterplanning and landscape design in today’s senior living developments.
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Taking to the skies
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Pedal power to the people
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Scott Base – the coolest development?
Scott Base is the strategic hub for scientists from New Zealand and across the globe to carry out some of the most important research in the world today. See the proposed design for the new base by Ja...
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Home Trends Vol. 35/4
Real estate agents often say the kitchen is one of the major factors that sways potential buyers of a home. But these days, it's just as likely that the home's bathrooms will also influence a sale. So...
Chant Hardware Commercial
Chant is a manufacturer of exclusive hardware for residential, commercial and marine applications. Custom designs, finishes and variations to the existing products are also part of the Chant offering,...