• Lucienne Day centenary celebrations

    Lucienne Day is well known as one half of Britain’s most celebrated, and most glamorous, designer couple, the Days. But while the power of the couple was instrumental in their image-making, Lucienne showed a determination to be recognised as an independent designer. She was the first textile designer to have her name printed on her fabrics and helped shape the practice of design into what it is today. As a year-long programme of events and exhibitions kicks off to mark the centenary of her birth, we reflect on her legacy.

  • Blueprint seminar with Poliform UK

    Blueprint and Poliform UK bring together a group of designers at the brand’s King’s Road showroom to discuss the similarities and differences between interior design and architecture practice

  • Review: Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair

    Established Scandinavian brands are supporting younger, up-and-coming designers, discovers Cate St Hill at this year’s Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair

  • Imagine Moscow at Design Museum, London

    A new exhibition at the Design Museum in London explores six unbuilt architectural landmarks in Moscow, imagined during the Twenties and Thirties following the Russian Revolution

  • Exhibition: Sacred Geometries

    Sacred Geometries at the Anise Gallery explores architecture through photography via Plato, and includes work from long-time Blueprint contributor Paul Raftery.

  • Review: imm Cologne

    Johnny Tucker selects the best designs on show at this year’s edition of imm Cologne, from reprints of Arts & Architecture magazine covers, to noise-reducing felt chairs

  • Listen: A Gendered Profession

    James Benedict Brown, Harriet Harriss, Ruth Morrow and James Soane’s new book A Gendered Profession seeks to address the fundamental issue of representation within architecture

  • Marsh Hill by Mole Architects

    This Suffolk house by Mole Architects achieves a fine balance of simplicity and complexity through careful detailing, craftsmanship and sensitivity to scale and the lived experience

  • On the drawing board: Panorama by Marc Mimram

    French architect and engineer Marc Mimram is realising his first inhabitable bridge, spanning the railway lines near Gare d’Austerlitz in Paris

  • Meet: SPACE Copenhagen

    Multidisciplinary Danish studio SPACE Copenhagen talks us through its intuitive, emotive way of working that has resulted in an array of interior design, furniture and objects