• Profile: Tracey Wiles

    With Make opening an office in Sydney, after its headline-grabbing work at the Opera Residences in the city, it was a natural fit for Tracey Wiles, fresh from the success of the Sydney apartments, to relocate to the country of her early years.

  • One to Watch: Yellow Broom

    Yellow Broom aka Edinburgh College of Art graduates David Robson and Clare Waddle. From their studio in the Cairngorms National Park the duo are doing wonderful things with wood....

  • Walters & Cohen: American School in London arts building

    A new four-storey arts building for the school uses materials to sensitively reference nearby architecture and inspiration from adjacent listed villas

  • John McAslan + Partners: Heritage House Museums, Doha

    A group of four historic houses in the Qatar capital have been transformed by the practice into contemporary museum spaces to display the country’s history and culture

  • Profile: Jeremy Myerson

    From magazine journalism to lecturing at the RCA, co-founding the Helen Hamlyn Centre and the Worktech conferences, Jeremy Myerson is now helping at the helm of the Worktech Academy and doing a bit of curating for the Design Museum...

  • One to Watch: MEL

    MEL, established in 2013 by Maria Ruiz and Roberto Molinos to create art pieces in glass through combining artistry and digital technology.

  • Squaredot: Whitbread Digital office, London

    The design for this new centre for Whitbread’s digital and corporate teams incorporates openness and flexibility.

  • Scott Brownrigg: Park Plaza hotel, Nuremberg

    To transform the former Bavarian American Hotel, the designers reference the medieval artist Dürer and when the Americans were regular visitors.

  • Profile: Steuart Padwick

    Furniture and lighting designer Steuart Padwick has been a success for quite a while – his work is seen everywhere. But it wasn’t until he was designing for Made that he feels he’d cracked it...

  • Reporter: Tate Britain’s David Hockney Exhibition

    Tate Britain hosts a major retrospective on David Hockney, starting this month.