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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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Transparency, democracy, high-security: Schmidt Hammer Lassen's International Criminal Court Subscription

By Christine Murray

‘You could say that everything that happens in this building is awful,’ says Bjarne Hammer, co-founder of Schmidt Hammer Lassen. ‘It’s about torture, killing people and the most horrible acts of war.’ He is describing the work of the International Criminal Court (ICC).

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LRO’s Sparkasse building is a play of unexpected detail, texture and colourSubscription


It may be an annexe to an annexe, but this is definitely a case of tail wagging dog

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‘More island community than office’: Gas Networks Ireland Service Centre by Denis Byrne ArchitectsSubscription

By Jay Merrick

AR Work 2016 Winner: the label of ‘office’ evaporates in this egalitarian combination of white and blue collar work


Aimer Fashion Factory in Beijing by Crossboundaries Subscription


Crossboundaries’ ‘big shed’ unites retail, administrative and manufacturing functions


Cube II Tower in Guadalajara, Mexico by Estudio Carme PinósSubscription

By Raymund Ryan

A stone’s throw from the 2006 Torre Cube, the Cube II responds to a neighbourhood that has since radically changed


Chemical Plant Offices in Huai'an City, China by Álvaro SizaSubscription


Set against a tough industrial landscape, Alvaro Sizaʼs new trophy offices for a Chinese chemical plant disdain context through surreal abstraction

The winery sits in the landscape like a giant piece of Cor-ten origami

Bell-Lloc Winery in Palamós, Spain by RCR ArchitectesSubscription

By William JR Curtis

The Bell-Lloc Winery takes a programme for a wine producing and wine-tasting facility and rearranges it as a ceremonial sequence which explores the interaction between sky, land and the world underground