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March/April 2021


CONTENTS REPORTER


015 Reporter The Covid-19 Surge Capacity Lab in King’s Cross, a monument to high-quality, rapid design and construction


016 The Business News and pictures from the design sector


020 Top Ten Our pick of the products new to market


023 One to Watch FUZL Studio, creators of sharp, enduring flat-pack furniture


024 Profile Michelle Nicholls, principal at Jump Studios, on her career and influences


PROJECTS


030 tp bennett / Open Society Foundations, Farringdon A new London- based ofice comes with a uniquely caring attention to detail for its employees


036 Ja!Coco! / SUPERICO 99, Edinburgh A bar with vivid colours and Aztec motifs


040 Jiakun Architects, CSD Design / Shanthi Boutique Hotel, China A sustainably developed hotel, designed to respect the Songyang County it has been built to help develop


FEATURES


027 Frame of Mind Richard Parr, director of Richard Parr Associates, tells us which art in the Tate and National Gallery permanent collections have helped him to create


044 Radical Thinking Marc Wood, founder of Marc Wood Studio, on what has inspired his thoughts and ideas


049 Brief Encounters Veronica Simpson finds an antidote to lockdown anxiety in the stories of frontline workers, told via a South London art initiative


052 Brief Encounters An innovative timber theatre for a small school in Berkshire by Jonathan Tuckey Design will be transformational for the school and its pupils, writes Veronica Simpson


072 The Olympic Dream With the delayed 2020 Tokyo Olympics still slated for this summer, Stephen Hitchins examines the venues and wonders if it will go ahead at all


082 Pillars of Community Veronica Simpson uncovers the best contemporary examples of how intelligent design can benefit the lives of the least privileged in society


093 Client File Geordie Willis, creative director of Berry Bros & Rudd, explains the design principles behind its shops, ofice and warehouse


110 Obituary We celebrate the life and career of Jane Priestman, a tour de force in the design of stations and airports in the UK, among other things, who sadly passed away in January


FOCUS


056 Lighting Starting with an overview of what challenges lighting can solve post-pandemic, we showcase the best projects and case studies, and uncover the trends impacting the sector


TECH SPEC


099 Light + Tech Jill Entwistle takes a look at the best lighting projects around, focusing on the development of metal as a key material, and how the interplay of light and texture is being used commercially


BACK PAGE


114 If Only… we could look at the world through a child’s eyes, wonders Carolyn Ouwehand, associate at GHA


Right The UCCA Dune Art Museum in Qinhuangdao, China advances the creative use of natural light in the most unusual of gallery spaces, p107


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