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      Whatever floats your boat: BoConcept x URBAN RIGGER®

      Brand story

      Dominic Lutyens


      URBAN RIGGER®'s floating residential buildings were designed in cooperation with the Danish architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) to alleviate the housing shortage in the city and provide accommodation for over 70 students.

      Mr Goodbar: Jacu Strauss

      Alun Lennon


      Creative Director of hospitality company Lore Group Jacu Strauss’s latest project has taken him to Washington DC. We spoke to him about the role, how travel broadens the mind and the future of hospitality design.

      Watch VOLA's short film to see how water takes shape

      Brand story

      Alyn Griffiths


      For their transformation of an old watermill into a contemporary home, architectural firm McLaren.Excell utilised kitchen and bathroom fittings from iconic Danish manufacturer VOLA. Watch now!

      Re:work – adaptive reuse in office interiors

      Peter Smisek


      Architects are adding value to the world of work via adapted workspaces that are small on carbon liability and big on creative solutions.

      Villeroy & Boch: Collaborative workspaces – ...

      Villeroy & Boch


      Fabrik N°09: an office concept that brings new and sustainable life to an existing structure and depicts modern working environments in an innovative high-tech area.

      The full effect: Casalgrande Padana

      Brand story

      Dominic Lutyens


      In the new collections of Italian porcelain stoneware manufacturer Casalgrande Padana, low-maintenance, high-performance surfaces collide with exuberant style.

      A golden stag in a china shop: Villeroy & Boch

      Brand story

      Barbara Jahn-Rösel


      As part of the renovation of Salzburg’s luxury, tradition-soaked Hotel Goldener Hirsch, the owners entered into an interesting co-branding partnership with the equally traditional manufacturer, VILLEROY & BOCH.

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      You’ve changed: adaptive reuse in new architectural ...

      Peter Smisek


      Old buildings are changing. Be it for reasons of historical preservation or land conservation, demolition is giving way to creative adaptation. It’s a whole new you.

      Squaring the circle: WilkinsonEyre’s Gasholders London ...

      Simon Keane-Cowell


      British architectural practice WilkinsonEyre’s repurposing of a trio of listed Victorian gasholders has reinscribed their status as a London architectural landmark.

      Skinning up: Old Buildings, New Facades – Part II

      Bettina Krause


      It's a wrap. More projects that demonstrate how covering up is the new way to gain exposure.

      Skinning Up: Old Buildings, New Facades – Part I

      Bettina Krause


      Be it for functional, aesthetic or energy-saving reasons, architects internationally are getting superficial and wrapping up existing structures or reworking facades.

      Help the Aged: innovative adaptive reuse in architecture

      Alyn Griffiths


      'Waste not, want not' is an expression that has become increasingly pertinent in recent years as economic conditions have forced many of us to tighten our belts and make the most of what we have, rather than constantly replacing old with new. This