• Q&A - Xanthe Arvanitakis

    Xanthe Arvanitakis talks about the growing importance to cultural institutions of widening their attractions offer.

  • Costa Coffee House, Wandsworth, London by Edge

    High-street refreshment outlets are not being left out in the drive to widen their appeal to the public

  • Focus: Round-up

    Clare Dowdy takes a look at some of the extras being offered in London at a gallery, theatre, and the British Library

  • Brief Encounters

    In her own column, Veronica Simpson reports on a success story of the Arts Council England’s Creative People and Places programme

  • 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...

  • Focus: Q&A

    Benugo has 25 restaurants and cafes in cultural and leisure venues, and a few more ‘in the works’. Fiona Byrne, Benugo’s head of branding and development, explains why the company is in this sector and how it handles design issues.

  • 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

  • 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’

  • Water works

    Our fascination with water has endured for millennia, and being close to water is as popular now as it has ever been. Veronica Simpson looks at new projects that are harnessing the unique delights of being by water

  • Design Guild Mark

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