• Profile - John Makepeace

    Furniture maker John Makepeace combined design, craft and business acumen in student courses offered at Parnham College, which he founded 40 years ago, in addition to running his own successful studio, bringing him an abundance of awards and plaudits

  • Reporter - London Design Festival

    It’s time for the London Design Festival! This year’s event, its 15th, sees eight official Design Districts with commissions and installations, in addition to the V&A acting as a festival hub

  • One to Watch

    is Studio Verena Hennig, the design studio set by Verena Hennig while she was still a student, and later branching into product design, all based in Nuremberg.

  • Profile - Christian Lacroix

    A fashion designer, in FX? No, this is Christian Lacroix, the contract designer for the past 17 years. Since he turned his back on fashion he has turned his talents to theatre design, exhibitions and a new carpet collection for Danish company ege, just launched...

  • Bennetts Associates / Saatchi & Saatchi HQ London

    The communications and advertising agency has moved into a new HQ, created to embody its motto ‘Nothing is Impossible’

  • Boon Brown Architects / Neal’s Yard Remedies HQ Dorset

    This rural base for the natural health and beauty products company has been extended, with buildings to complement to existing facilities and reflecting the brand’s quirkiness and character

  • Design Guild Mark

    We take a look at the furniture product winners of the Design Guild Mark Awards 2017.

  • Reporter - Open House London 2017

    RIBA Award winners across London open their doors in this year’s 25th outing of Open House, featuring old favourites (BT Tower, 30 St Mary Axe, The Shard), new additions including amoveable kitchen and interiors made of clay, plus walks, talks and cycle rides

  • One to Watch

    is Studio Maiju Uski, founded in 2015 by Helsinki-based designer Maiju Uski, creating furniture, products and spatial design

  • ColladoCollins / dunnhumby HQ, Hammersmith

    Once a Ford Motors factory and showroom, this landmark 1915 building has been transformed into a contemporary office, with references to the aesthetics of the past along with a striking new glass roof.