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    Fly Forbo recognises and celebrates designers who use its products to produce exceptional spaces and places

  • 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

  • Lessons from Venice

    The Venice Architecture Biennale is the biggest and most important architecture exhibition in the world. With this year’s theme ‘freespace’ – investigating how architecture can go the extra mile to facilitate engagement, appreciation and utilisation by the public – there is no shortage of inspirational projects as well as those whose ideas perhaps get lost in translation

  • Squire and Partners weave 6 Warwick Street into Soho’s creative scene

    Squire and Partners set out to rework this Soho office building to reflect the area’s inherent creativity and its past inhabitants with a new facade and interiors inspired by Soho habitué Francis Bacon and his fellow Colony Room Clubbers

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    We're looking for a new assistant editor

  • And then there was light…

    Jill Entwistle reports on updates to lighting products creating artificial daylight, and indeed offering night time scenarios too

  • Christabel Balfour: One to Watch in September

    Christabel Balfour weaves the city and the landscape into her work, simplifying their inherent complexities to the fundamentals

  • Top Five: Our favourite products in September

    Our pick of products new to market