Archiboo

Officially opened by the Queen on 25th October 1976, the National Theatre didn’t have such an easy ride as other major buildings of that era such as the Sydney Opera House, completed a couple of years before, and the Pompidou Centre, opening a few months later. As Patrick...

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At the end of the recent BBC4 program about the hipster phenomenon, presenter, Peter York, concluded it would be remembered simply as a hugely successful consumer culture. For developers and estate agents, hipster culture is only interesting because of the galvanizing effect it’s had on property prices in east...

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R/GA is one of the world’s most celebrated advertising agencies, with clients such as Google, Samsung and Volvo and has offices in 15 cities worldwide. Having run out of space, it decided to move all 800 staff to a building opposite Hudson Yards, the largest private development in...

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Grimshaw partner, Mark Middleton, has recently returned from New York’s Architecture and Design Film Festival where the practice’s hour-long documentary, Some Kind of Joy, was previewed. In this interview Mark explains why, despite some initial concerns, the practice believe film is a perfect medium to communicate what architects do...

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BDP, which won Best Use of Tech at the Archiboo Web Awards, has always taken its web presence very seriously. The practice has in-house team that includes a full-time web manager and videographer, which means it can make constant tweaks to improve the user experience while trying out...

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