• The new New Towns

    There are developments, and then there are developments. By the time it’s completed Greenwich Peninsula will be large enough to be a town in its own right, with all the facilities and amenities one could expect. David Tarpey takes a look, and at a couple more large-scale developments in London and Bedford

  • School Design: Top of the class

    Ten years after the global economic downturn forced a massive reduction in investment in school buildings, glimmers of hope are emerging. Our round-up of new school projects finds innovation in the tight, urban streets of London and New York as well as a traditional Alpine village. By Veronica Simpson

  • Trevor Morriss of SPPARC: 'I didn't go in at any glamorous heights; I went in as a print boy'

    Already wanting to be an architect, Trevor Morriss left school at 17 to work as a print boy in an architect’s office. His talent was soon spotted, and he was on his way

  • The Warehouse, Penryn, Cornwall by Hart Miller Design

    Keeping it local has never rung so true for Hart Miller Design; for its work on this cafe in its home town, the architectural practice keeps the 19th-century warehouse building looking true to its origins

  • The Gantry by Hawkins\Brown

    The London 2012 Olympic Legacy is being realised at Here East, where Hawkins\Brown have made a new space for artists and makers within the existing steel gantry of the former broadcast centre

  • Luke Ebbutt James: One to Watch in January

    Leaving behind a career in graphic design to embrace his passion for woodworking and furniture design, Luke Ebbutt James now specialises in handmade and highly-crafted bespoke furniture.

  • Surface Design Show 2019

    A preview of what to look forward to at next month's Surface Design Show

  • Top Five: Our favourite products in January

    Our pick of products new to market

  • The Diary: Exhibitions, shows and events in January

    Our pick of events happening this month or coming up

  • The Business in January

    News and pictures from the design sector