Novedades de James Wormald

Urban squares that use play to bring people together

James Wormald


All work and no play makes cities dull places to be. As well as inspiring joy through play, these four playgrounds set in centres of human interaction encourage communication, creativity and a connection with nature.

Top ten: curated projects that prompt external living with ...

James Wormald


These ten properties, selected from the Architonic project archive, bring their outdoor areas to life either with secondary kitchen spaces or by eliminating the barriers between outdoors and in.

Let’s split up: multi-structure hotel experiences

James Wormald


By separating function from facility, these four nature tourism experiences with detached structures encourage vacationers to get out of their hotel rooms and see the sites.

Smarter pods for a smarter office

Historia de la marca

James Wormald


New smart work pods mark a digital evolution for hybrid offices.

Top ten: curated bathrooms with wood surfaces

James Wormald


These carefully crafted bathrooms, restrooms, powder rooms and en-suites employ the natural colour and texture of wood to fill the facilities with warmth.

Sustainable bamboo installations that aren’t built to last

James Wormald


These temporary pavilions, installations and public spaces use the speed, strength and structural capacity of bamboo to ensure they’re here for a good time, not a long time.

Top ten: curated offices with light-giving atriums

James Wormald


These specially selected office spaces bring employees together across expansive workplaces, aiding communication, collaboration and mental health.

Layer up: multi-purpose buildings with multi-layered facade ...

James Wormald


These recent projects use open and layered facades to protect themselves while wearing history and purpose on their sleeves. Featuring c+d Design Center, allmannwappner, PAU – Practice for Architecture and Urbanism and Wutopia Lab.

Boxed in: rectilinear architecture gets back its edge

James Wormald


These four square-edged homes and residential projects prove boxy doesn’t have to mean boring with unique and characterful takes on geometricised architecture. Featuring one-aftr, QBO3 Arquitectos, Plan:b arquitectos and WE-S architecten.

Artículos de James Wormald

End of Year Team Picks: the architecture and design stories ...

James Wormald


In this special edition of Team Picks, we showcase the must-see projects and articles you may have missed in 2023. Featuring projects that de-urbanise the city, a treetop walk that urbanises nature and a therapeutic chair to sit back and enjoy it

Editor's Letter – December 2023

Simon Keane-Cowell


Me and you and everyone we know. That was 2023.

Team Picks: the architecture and design stories we loved in ...



In this monthly format, we bring you the must-see projects and articles you may have missed over the last four weeks on Architonic. Featured in October: architecture that reinvents itself, the future of materials and spaces to cosy up in during the

Editors' Pick: the architecture and design stories we ...



In this new monthly format, we bring you the must-see projects and articles you may have missed over the last four weeks on Architonic. Featured in July: adaptive reuse, wooden warmth (in more ways than one) and lots of colour.

Editor's Letter – June 2023

Simon Keane-Cowell


Check out our Architonic Live Talks – in-depth conversations with A&D heroes, filmed at the New York, Cologne and Copenhagen fairs – for a healthy dose of design inspiration and industry revelation.

Editor's Letter – December 2022

Simon Keane-Cowell


Metaversal musings, bright sparks and workplace affairs – that was 2022.

Successful mission at Dutch Design Week 2022

Historia de la marca

Emma Moore


There was a healthy dose of pragmatism on the agenda at this year's Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, with organisers, exhibitors and visitors joining together towards a forward-looking, sustainability-driven common cause.

Editor's Letter – October 2022

Simon Keane-Cowell


The energy crisis, energetic thinking on sustainability and the power of lighting design.

Editor's Letter — July 2022

Simon Keane-Cowell


Global Design Agenda's Sustainability Design Week speakers stress the need to design and build sustainable cities for survival.