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Video: How Clive Wilkinson Architects' Activity Based Working is Revolutionizing the Office

14:25 - 28 March, 2015

The latest innovation in workplace design, Clive Wilkinson Architects’ “Activity Based Working” (ABW) has revolutionized the way people go about their daily activities at the GLG Global Headquarters in New York. Broadening the idea of workable area to a number of specialized environments, ABW fosters a new dynamic in office relations, providing spaces for both individualized activity and collaboration. Experience this through the Spirit of Space-produced video above.

INSIDE Awards Name 2014’s Best Interiors (Round 2)

00:00 - 2 October, 2014
BEST of Offices: The Barbarian Group; New York, USA / Clive Wilkinson Architects. Image Courtesy of INSIDE
BEST of Offices: The Barbarian Group; New York, USA / Clive Wilkinson Architects. Image Courtesy of INSIDE

CRAB studio’s Abedian School of Architecture and Clive Wilkinson’s “endless” office table are two of four INSIDE Awards winners announced on day two of the World Festival of Interiors in Singapore. The projects join a complete list of nine category winners, all of which will be considered for the “World Interior of the Year” title. 

See what was considered the best creative re-use project, civic center, education and office building after the break.

Fast Company Names Top 10 Most Innovative Practices in Architecture

01:00 - 28 March, 2014
Domino Sugar Factory Master Plan Development / SHoP Architects
Domino Sugar Factory Master Plan Development / SHoP Architects

Fast Company has announced who they believe to be the most innovative practices in architecture for 2014. Topping this list is New York’s SHoP Architects who has gone from “boutique to big commissions in only a few years.” See who made the list after the break and let us know who you believe is the world’s most innovative firms in the comment section below. 

VIDEO: The Endless Table

14:00 - 21 February, 2014

When designing offices for creative companies, it's important to strike a balance between an efficient workplace, a fun space to be in, and an attention-grabbing signature for the company itself. That's exactly what Clive Wilkinson Architects did for the Barbarian Group, an advertising group in New York for whom they designed the Endless Table, a single desk which both seats all of their 125 staff members, but also defines spaces within the office, such as meeting rooms and cozy work nooks. 

Fox Head / Clive Wilkinson Architects

01:00 - 15 November, 2013
© Benny Chan
© Benny Chan
  • Architects

  • Location

    Irvine, CA, USA
  • Architect in Charge

    Clive Wilkinson, Sam Farhang, Sasha Shumyatsky, Matt Moran, Chester Nielsen, Andrea Schoening, Mitsuhiro Komatsu, Annie Ritz, Meredith McDaniel
  • Area

    82000.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2012
  • Photographs

    Benny Chan

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Ropemaker / Clive Wilkinson Architects

01:00 - 22 November, 2011
Courtesy of Clive Wilkinson Architects
Courtesy of Clive Wilkinson Architects
  • Architects

  • Location

    Ropemaker Place, London
  • Executive Architect

    Pringle Brandon
  • Client

    Macquarie Group Ltd
  • Area

    217.500 SF (20.207 SM)
  • Project Year

    2011
  • Photographs

    Courtesy of Clive Wilkinson Architects

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FIDM San Diego Campus / Clive Wilkinson Architects

01:00 - 18 November, 2011
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© Benny Chan/Fotoworks
  • Architects

  • Location

    San Diego, CA, USA
  • Mechanical And Plumbing Engineer

    Walsh Engineers
  • Structural Engineer

    KPFF Consulting Engineers
  • Security Consultant

    Ashland Integrated
  • Client

    Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising
  • Building Owner

    Cisterra Development
  • Av Consultant

    Signal Integration Technologies
  • General Contractor

    Steiner Construction
  • Area

    31000.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2008
  • Photographs

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JWT Headquarters / Clive Wilkinson Architects

01:00 - 14 November, 2011
© Eric Laignel Photography
© Eric Laignel Photography
  • Architects

  • Location

    New York, NY, USA
  • Executive Architect

    HOK NY
  • Project Management

    WPP Group Inc., Tower Hill Incorporated, Jones Lang LaSalle
  • Programming Consultant

    DEGW
  • Mep Consultant

    Syska Hennessy
  • Structural Engineer

    The Office of James Ruderman
  • Lighting Consultant

    Johnson Schwinghammer
  • Client

    JWT NY, formerly J. Walter Thompson NY
  • Food Service Design

    Antico Service Design
  • Av/Security/Telcom Consultant

    Constantine Walsh-Lowe
  • General Contractor

    Structuretone, GC Contracting
  • Fabric Structures

    J. Miller Canvas
  • Millwork

    Scanga Architectural Woodworking, Ilan Dei Studios, Kundig Contracting
  • Environmental Graphics & Wayfinding

    EGG Office
  • Area

    250000.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2008
  • Photographs

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VCU Adcenter (Brandcenter) / Clive Wilkinson Architects

01:00 - 10 November, 2011
© VCU Creative Services,  Allen T. Jones
© VCU Creative Services, Allen T. Jones
  • Architects

  • Location

    Richmond, Virginia, United States
  • Executive Architect

    Baskervill
  • Landscape Architect

    Higgins and Gerstenmaier
  • Historic Architect

    Sadler Whitehead
  • Structural Engineer

    Dunbar Milby Williams Pittman and Vaughan
  • Civil Engineer

    Draper Aden
  • Lighting/Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing Engineer

    Baskervill
  • Client

    Virginia Commonwealth University
  • General Contractor

    Kjellstrom and Lee
  • Fabric Structure

    J. Miller Canvas
  • Millwork

    Karn Custom Woodwork
  • Area

    32000.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2008
  • Photographs

    VCU Creative Services, Allen T. Jones

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Architecture City Guide: Richmond

10:27 - 6 April, 2011
© Patrick Hummel
© Patrick Hummel

This week our Architecture City Guide heads to Richmond, Virginia. Admittedly, it was Richmond’s pair of Cinderellas in this year’s NCAA Tournament that first caught our attention. However, with our interest peaked, we spent the last week exploring its architecture and found much to be admired. Richmond is by far the smallest city we have featured; with only 200,000 residents, the next closest on our list is twice its size. Architecturally, this Cinderella city can compete in her own way with the architectural powerhouses we have previously featured. Richmond’s architectural appeal comes from the city’s ability to keep its rich historic fabric intact while experimenting with new modes of design. While the city strongly embraces the gritty manufacturing buildings of its past, Richmond has resisted the imitation trap and has promoted modern interpretations of the older forms and materials. The majority of the buildings we chose to feature are emblematic of Richmond architecture, rehab/addition projects. We couldn’t possibly fit all our favorites in our list of twelve, so please take a look and add ones that visitors should not miss in the comment section below.

The Architecture City Guide: Richmond list and corresponding map after the break!

Macquarie Bank / Clive Wilkinson Architects

01:00 - 2 April, 2010
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© Shannon McGrath

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