In the summer of 2022, Biome became the new reality for the inhabitants of Avenue Emile Zola and Rue Violet in the 15th arrondissement of Paris. This new venue is the culmination of a five-year project involving two Parisian architect practices.
The H2-Office-Tower is part of a redevelopment site located on Wiesbaden’s Rhine riverfront that serves as a model for sustainable, smart and future-oriented urban development. The project involves converting a former industrial wasteland into a campus-like site that considers all the requirements of a modern office and work culture in a densely-populated urban environment. The CO2-reduced and resource-saving redevelopment and green densification create urban biotopes and encourage micro-mobility.
Breathing Buildings is delighted that East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) charity headquarters, Helimed House, has won Project of the Year at this year’s CIBSE East Anglia Awards.
Breathing Buildings, a leading provider of controlled hybrid ventilation systems, is celebrating winning the Collaboration of the Year category at the prestigious HVR Awards.
Recognising the power of working in collaboration with other project team members and the vital importance of good indoor air quality (IAQ) the HVR Awards has shortlisted Breathing Buildings, a leading provider of controlled hybrid ventilation systems, in the Collaboration of the Year category at its 2022 awards.
At Hollaway Studio, we are working on several key workplace projects and recreational leisure facilities. The new HQ of Brompton, the UK's largest bicycle manufacturer, is one of them, exploring the question; what is the workplace of the future?
Staff wellbeing is playing a significant role in new office and workplace design concepts. With more people returning to the office through hybrid working, the need for a better work-life balance has never been more important.
In this article Debbie-Sue Farrell, Head of Wellbeing and Marketing Manager at Tamlite Lighting, explains how small changes to office lighting can make a big difference when it comes to reducing energy costs and carbon emissions.
Across Europe, co-working is continuing to buck the trend of traditional office decline, with an estimated growth of 158% over the next two years.
Forme Architecture + Urbanisme has delivered an atypical project – the conversion of a horticultural greenhouse into a hospitality room, located in the private garden of the breast cancer clinic Clinique Saint Jean de Dieu, within a conservation area in Paris.