• April One to Watch: Cameron Design House

    We look at Cameron Design House, where bespoke architectural lighting is inspired by Ian Cameron’s Nordic and English heritage

  • Top Five in April

    Our pick of products new to market

  • Top Five in March

    Our pick of products new to market

  • Top Five

    Our pick of products new to market

  • Capital Gains: Gran Hotel Inglés

    Gran Hotel Inglés has been a landmark since it was built in 1853. Cathy Hayward reports on Rockwell Group’s restoration of Madrid’s oldest hotel to its former splendour

  • Cheap Chic: The rise of budget hotels

    Lacklustre growth, a squeeze on real incomes and uncertain travel trends are all supporting the rise of budget hotels – and the budget boutique hotel – as business and leisure travellers seek to spend less without compromising on quality or amenities. Cathy Hayward reports

  • Hybrid Theory: Hotel Design

    While people have used hotel lobbies for business meetings and laptop work for years, the new breed of hybrid hotels – which mix co-living and co-working – has taken that idea further. Cathy Hayward reports

  • Sensitive Subject: workplace sensors and automation

    With organisations that use them often being accused of Big Brother-style surveillance, workplace sensors are as controversial as they are pervasive. But what insight can they provide the design community? Cathy Hayward talks to the experts

  • Focus: In Person – Paul Edward, MD of Staverton

    Paul Edward, MD of Staverton - a pioneer of the sit/stand desk – talks about the company’s work and current workplace issues

  • Focus: Wellness - Mind, body and soul

    Wellness has replaced sustainability as the key trend in today’s workplace. We explore how designers are responding to this growing requirement