August 2019

news

Once just a means for transporting goods across the globe, the shipping container now serves a new purpose – replacing buildings with a cheaper and more flexible alternative. The concept has been embraced globally and created much success, including in Shoreditch where Boxpark has introduced a new hub of activity...

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The workplace has undergone dramatic changes over the past decade. Advances in technology have made it easier than ever to work remotely and with these swift changes, we have waved goodbye to 9-5 working and fax machines. As a millennial myself, open-plan offices and wellness benefits may be all I’ve...

July 2019

ideas

Nostalgia provokes many feelings. Triggered by smells, tastes, sights and sounds, these moments take you back to a point in time when you felt optimistic for the future but can likewise leave you feeling melancholy for the past. It’s a powerful tool that has been used by designers, advertisers and...

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Last week was London’s National Park City Festival and to kick off the weeklong celebration, London became the first city in the world to achieve National Park City status. The National Park City movement was formed earlier in the year with the overarching goal of encouraging cities to make positive...

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Recently returning from travelling and having visited a number of places around the world it’s clear that London can learn a lesson from the last country on my agenda: Singapore. A prominent theme in all Singaporean architecture is nature, and this is evident from the moment you arrive. The recent...