• London Design Festival: Tylko

    Emerging Warsaw-based start-up Tylko suggests how we might all be purchasing furniture in the future — with the use of an augmented reality app. Cate St Hill tests it out

  • Meet: Kacper Hamilton

    London-based designer Kacper Hamilton creates curious artefacts and experiences that aim to take the user on an emotional and spiritual journey

  • A House for Essex by Grayson Perry and FAT Architecture

    Created by artist Grayson Perry in collaboration with FAT Architecture, A House for Essex is ‘a Taj Mahal on the Stour’, its interiors charting the life of Essex everywoman Julie Cope, and is her final resting place. Commissioned by Alain de Botton and joining Living Architecture’s portfolio of holiday lets, the building is not only FAT’s final work, but a suitably ‘bonkers’ addition to the north Essex landscape

  • Behind the scenes - Sinatra: The Man and His Music

    A new theatrical musical show opens at the London Palladium with a set of LED screens and projection surfaces conceived by Stufish

  • Meet: ALA Architects, Helsinki

    Helsinki-based practice ALA Architects, though young, is aiming big — to be the obvious Finnish choice for invited international competitions

  • Review – Le Corbusier: Mesures de l’homme

    Cate St Hill visits two exhibitions in Paris on the great Swiss-born architect – a major retrospective at the Pompidou and another divided between two small, intimate galleries on the Left Bank

  • Process – The making of Wolfgang Buttress’ UK Pavilion

    For the Milan Expo this year, artist Wolfgang Buttress has created a multimedia Hive inspired by the British Bumblebee. Cate St Hill met manufacturer Stage One at its workshop in Yorkshire before the complex structure was taken to Milan.

  • Leading artists and designers donate artworks for new exhibition at Sir John Soane's Museum

    Money raised from an auction will go towards digitising the Museum's drawings collection

  • Digital Double - Jason Bruges Studio

    As part of the GREAT Britain campaign, Jason Bruges Studio worked with Benchmark to create a digital version of the iconic Number 10 door for one morning in February