• The Business in January

    News and pictures from the design sector

  • Pierre Bonnard: The Colour of Memory

    This month, Tate Modern celebrates the work of Pierre Bonnard, founding member of the post-impressionist group Les Nabis

  • Orgatec 2018 – it’s been emotional

    David Mackie of Interion reviews Orgatec, the biennial workplace trade show

  • If Only… we connected more closely with the ocean

    HL Studio director Emil Leon imagines a space where we can engage with the environment and witness the wonders of the deep blue

  • Flooring with Form and Function

    Flooring can have a vital role to play in managing how people use a space, by both assisting them to find their way around and helping to define the functions of different areas within a building. Kay Hill takes a closer look at flooring designs that are useful as well as beautiful

  • Flooring design for dementia

    Good flooring design can make life easier for people living with dementia, by reducing anxiety and limiting the risk of slips and trips, discovers Kay Hill

  • When less is definitely more

    There’s nothing quite like the purity and simplicity of a plain white backdrop. Kay Hill picks out some projects where less is definitely more when it comes to the floor

  • Turning the floor into a canvas

    In many commercial environments floors tend to be utilitarian and functional, but occasionally designers choose instead to use the space as a giant canvas. Kay Hill discovers projects where the floors get top billing

  • London Design Festival & Biennale Trend Report 2018

    Trends from the London Design Festival and London Design Biennale 2018, by Emma Caselton, senior creative strategist at Seymour Powell

  • A New Cultural Programme for Plymouth

    Plymouth is raising the bar for culture and tourism, launching the pilot for a major new art biennial, and building a £37m museum and contemporary art gallery. But will that be enough to reverse decades of economic decline? Veronica Simpson reports