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Typology: Corporate campus Subscription

With the 1940s came a compulsion to move headquarters from the inner-city sprawl to more tranquil environs out of town. Is the resurgent migration a retreat to a natural idyll or a calculated isolation?

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Fire Station in Italy by Pedevilla ArchitectsSubscription


Clad in subtle tinted concrete, the station alludes to the bright red trucks within

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Fire Station in the Netherlands by Claus en Kaan ArchitectsSubscription


Mixed-use development meets fire station in a strikingly plain tower-and-podium arrangement

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Vertical hangar: Bruther’s fab lab in CaenSubscription

By Andrew Ayers

Rising above the stridgent budget, this research centre is a persuasive instrument for inventing the city’s future

Imagine Studio at The Trees by Studio Lotus

‘Studio Lotus’ Imagine Studio aspires to be a fulcrum – steering the change to come’Subscription

By Kaiwan Mehta

Breathing new life into an old power plant


Jeweller’s studio by Deborah Saunt, Southwark, London, UK

By Rosamund Diamond

Perched atop a cornershop, DSDHA’s wedge-shaped, zinc-clad jewellery studio and shop mediates between the medieval street plan and modern towers of south London


Porosity Block in Chengdu by Steven HollSubscription


The ‘sliced porosity’ of Steven Holl’s Chinese mega-project is a graphic presence implanted in the pulsating heart of Chengdu