• Hybrid Theory: Hotel Design

    While people have used hotel lobbies for business meetings and laptop work for years, the new breed of hybrid hotels – which mix co-living and co-working – has taken that idea further. Cathy Hayward reports

  • Q&A: Leading hotel designers

    Three leading hotel designers answer our questions on the challenges of the sector in a Q&A format: Goddard Littlefair, Harriet Forde of Harriet Forde Design and Dr Carol Bentel of Bentel & Bentel

  • Bunker Mentality

    Going underground is an increasingly attractive option for space-strapped organisations – from university libraries to national museums. But there are extra qualities that a subterranean setting can bring, as Veronica Simpson discovers

  • She did all the work. And he took all the credit. And that’s not all

    Stephen Hitchins looks at the work and lives of often uncredited female architects of the last century

  • Shpeel by Biome Collective

    Youngsters in distress find it hard to articulate their feelings. But Dundee-based game designer Biome Collective has found a potential antidote, creating an interactive game, called Shpeel for the London Design Biennial. Veronica Simpson explores the buttons it is pushing

  • FX Design Seminar: In search of icons

    FX brought together experts from across architecture and design to consider what leads a product, or building, to be bestowed with the status of ‘icon’… and whether the term itself has lost some of its resonance in an ever-evolving consumerist society

  • Together Design Studio by Studio Mills

    Twin sisters, one covering the discipline of architecture the other interior design, as Studio Mills have transformed a Victorian terrace into a contemporary studio for branding consultancy Together Design

  • Woodland Classrooms, Belvue School by Studio Weave

    At this SEN school in Northolt, London with the adjacent woodland, designers at Studio Weave made the students their client, to develop ideas for the new classrooms

  • Royal Academy cafes by LOT and Transit Studio

    Though constrained by the building fabric’s listed status, LOT and Transit Studio have added pops of colour to the rich yet staid cafe interiors by picking up on the giant wall mural, while sorting out the queues

  • PLYable: One to Watch

    PLYable, created last year by architects, Claire and Mags Margetts, and furniture designer, Tom Ownsworth, is a design studio covering architecture, interior, furniture and product design