• PortalMill Melksham for Herman Miller, by Grimshaw Architects

    As Grimshaw Architects’ third building for Herman Miller in its 40 years in Somerset, the new manufacturing, finishing and upholstery centre indicates an ongoing commitment to the area.

  • One to Watch: Galula

    Galula is a furniture design practice founded by Filipa Mendes and Gustavo Macedo after graduating in product design from Portugal’s ESAD College of Art and Design.

  • Profile: Alex Chinneck

    Sculptor Alex Chinneck, he of the melting house and the upturned pylon fame, tells us that he is planning to take his talents on tour to India, China and the USA.

  • Foster + Partners fashion the Porcelanosa flagship showroom, New York

    Foster + Partners’ prestigious name in design fitted the bill when tasked to create the ceramics tile manufacturer’s flagship showroom in the heart of Manhattan.

  • Aspire training centre, Slough, Berkshire, from Manalo & White

    A former factory has been transformed into a tree-filled, multi-style training space to equip the town’s residents with skills needed in its businesses.

  • One to Watch: Sarah Burghard Designs

    Sarah Burghard Designs is carving a niche for itself by creating bespoke branded products, furniture and accessories for boutique hotels.

  • Profile: Michael Young

    From studies at Kingston, via Islington and Iceland to Hong Kong, designer Michael Young searched for mass-production techniques that were a match for his way of making, including one of his latest chair designs, made in a Chinese bicycle factory.

  • ONG&ONG wins Singaporean mosque competition

    ONG&ONG was able to create a happy medium between tradition and contemporary design for the popular Al-Ansar Mosque, Singapore that was in need of extending and upgrading.

  • Virgin Money Lounge, Haymarket, London

    With an aim to turn high street banking on its head, concepts by Allen International and implementation by Spacelab sees an airliner interior in the basement...

  • One to Watch: Bureau de change

    Architects Katerina Dionysopoulou and Billy Mavropoulos have joined forces to launch their own design company Bureau de Change.