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Creative Ideas to Brighten up Your Office Space

When we think about brightening up an office space, we tend to think about lighting and splashes of colour. Fair enough. However, as many people find, growing space issues and clutter can turn any place into a stressful mess and become a drab interior. Have you ever noticed how bright your office looks just by clearing surfaces? Whether you work from home or in a corporate environment, there are creative and workable solutions that you can integrate into an office setting.

Colourful Canvas Art


Ok, yes, we are talking about the “splashes of colour” part. Purchasing a canvas print IS a great way to brighten up a drab office instantly. In fact, why stop at one? You could switch a print to a different one every couple of months or sooner. Who says that you have to look at the same picture time after time? Go further! With services that can take your pictures to a new level, you can have custom, lightweight artwork that can work well on your walls. These can be pictures that motivate you to work harder, such as pictures of your children, or a beautiful shot of a desired travel destination. Have a new goal? Switch up your wall art.

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Aesop Duke of York Square by Snøhetta | Shop interiors

With an intriguing fusion of futuristic and classic design, Snøhetta has completed its first permanently built project in England. The 108-square-meter retail space, dubbed Aesop Duke of York Square, is the latest addition to Aesop’s series of uniquely designed boutiques around the world. Situated in Chelsea, London, the store’s design is inspired by the contextual relevance of the location combined with an influence of futuristic elements. The result is an interior characterized by classic architypes, a pale red color palette, and stainless-steel elements. An existing column is used as the starting point for the store’s layout. From this centralized column, 12 arches stretch towards the perimeter walls. This series of arches function as a key element in creating a sense of organizational hierarchy, establishing visual separators within the space. The arches are clad in a clay based plaster with a subtle gradient color, ranging from a lighter base to a darker shade. Illumination… continue

Carmody Groarke

Carmody Groarke
Park Hill Art Space . Sheffield Carmody Groarke Park Hill was built in Sheffield between 1957 and 1961 as one of the largest council owned housing estates in the U.K. The estate was originally designed with 955 apartments planned in several angular slab blocks on a steeply sloped landscaped site, linked laterally by their iconic … Continue reading Carmody Groarke

UK Holocaust Memorial International Design Competition winners announced

Adjaye Associates, Ron Arad Architects and the landscape architects Gustafson Porter + Bowman have been selected to design the UK’s new Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre. After an international competition, with 92 entries in total and ten finalists, Adjaye Associates, Ron Arad Architects and Gustafson Porter + Bowman were selected | Read More

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Studio B by Four by two | Office facilities

Studio B is a groundbreaking new retail banking proposition for Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banking Group in the UK. Everything about the space is designed to create ways for customers to explore new thinking about how to balance life and money. Four-by-Two have transformed the customer journey with a truly omni-channel approach, by incorporating digital tech, and using unexpected materials to bring an industrious, tangible engagement that can challenge the way the industry and customers think about retail finance. Four by Two have created a retail bank unlike any other, forming a true synergy between the digital and physical, they have enhanced and pushed a tangible brand experience using the power of smart tech. Four by two continue