• The Diary: Exhibitions, shows and events in November

    Our pick of events happening this month or coming up

  • FX Awards Trophies by Armourcoat

    The inside gen on the coveted FX Awards trophy, being handed out at the gala FX Awards night later this month

  • The Alex by 21Spaces

    Adding a modern addition to Dublin’s historic Georgian Merrion Square, the hotel’s make-over has used Irish products and a new discrete cafe to make it a lively and welcome neighbour

  • The London Animal Hospital by alma-nac

    Where the former charity Kids Company once held court is now a transformed space giving sick animals the given pride of place

  • Japan House London by Wonderwall

    Offering a welcome to Japan, without the clichés and stereotypes, the designer aims to create a view of Japan that references the country’s deep-rooted concepts in a contemporary way

  • The Diary: Exhibitions, shows and events in October

    Our pick of events happening this month or coming up

  • Turner Prize 2018 at Tate Britain

    We take a look at the 2018 nominees for the Turner Prize, all bringing with them their own sense of urgency, forcing us to question the world around us

  • Jestico + Whiles design a hidden speakeasy in Manchester’s Corn Exchange

    A bar/restaurant with the feel of a hidden speakeasy has been created by Jestico + Whiles in Manchester’s former Corn Exchange building. With trading ceasing after the Second World War, it is now a dining destination for a vibrant city

  • V&A Dundee by Kengo Kuma Associates

    In Dundee, the V&A’s only museum outside of London is about to open, bringing ambitious exhibitions and stories of design and how it shapes lives to many more people than previously possible

  • Levitt Bernstein unites a campus to unite the community

    Due to a major redevelopment scheme at UCL Faculty of Laws by architecture practice Levitt Bernstein, the separate buildings of Bentham House and the Gideon Schreier wing now form a cohesive and contemporary complex for the law department of University College London