• Hunter, Tokyo

    The British are coming! The quintessential British apparel brand Hunter has arrived in Japan’s capital, bringing the best elements of the countryside and its apparel to the heart of Tokyo.

  • Profile: David Harber

    Out of the shadows of a varied CV and into the sunchine of creating a much-desired portfolio of garden sculptures, David Harber is a new recipient of a Queen’s Award for Trade for his metal art.

  • Reporter

    Highlighting the important of engineering in daily life, a series of exhibitions considering engineers as the ‘unsung heroes’ of design forms part of the V&A’s Engineering Season.

  • One to Watch: Kim Thomé

    Designer Kim Thomé hasn’t defined his practice to one type of work as yet, so he does it all – interiors, installations, furniture and products.

  • Gensler opens new regional HQ in former Custard Factory, Birmingham

    Gensler is heading north. Its new regional HQ in central Birmingham provides staff with a stimulating environment in a flexible space, with the practice aiming to be well-placed for other regional regenerations.

  • Bureau de change creates a bold statement at new Crown Office, Chelsea, London

    Faced with a ground-floor workspace glazed on three sides, Bureau de Change took the opportunity to create a scheme that looks stunning from the outside as well as in.

  • Profile: Tom Piper

    What is art? It’s been a question put to theatre designer Tom Piper since he helped create the moving First World War poppies installation at the Tower of London.

  • PENSON / One Queen Caroline Street/London

    The former HQ of the Coca-Cola corporation at Hammersmith has been renovated and transformed into a unique multi-tenancy office in which tenants get a blank canvas for their own space.

  • Conran and Partners, Andy Cook/Walthamstow stadium facade

    While the greyhound stadium site may have seen its last race with its redevelopment into housing, the art-deco facade and neon sign have been retained and restored.

  • Twycross Zoo receives new Gibbon Forest enclosure by Weedon Architects

    Endangered South-East Asian species of gibbons feel at home in a new enclosure, the largest for gibbons in Europe, at Leicestershire’s Twycross Zoo.