• The Business in August

    Latest news and pictures from the design sector

  • Baldwin & Guggisberg: Under an Equal Sky

    A commemorative glass installation at Canterbury Cathedral marks the centenary of the end of the Great War. The intricate and delicate display underlines the destructiveness of war and 100 years later, it’s enduring prevalence

  • If Only...

    London office towers could be multipurpose, says Michael Stiff, founder of the architecture practice Stiff + Trevillion

  • Brief Encounters

    Veronica Simpson is in Portsmouth, looking at good and not-so-good ways of keeping back the sea

  • Light + Tech: Transformers are Top Picks

    Lighting expert Jill Entwistle looks at three IALD award winning projects, each taking illumination to a new level

  • Materials: Root of the Matter

    Annabelle Filer, of the material resource SCIN, presents a selection of new materials that includes a textile from the root systems of plants

  • Focus: Residential

    In this extended look at the residential sector, we review an eclectic variety of projects, ranging from Victorian gasholders-turned-apartments and lofts in Amsterdam to a former Post Office sorting office that provides not only new dwellings but also an open-access garden

  • Museums masterplanned

    Expert exhibition designers are helping museums take a new look at their collections and present them in a new way

  • Schemata Architects / Do-C, Nine Hours Capsule Hotel, Shibuya-Ku

    Schemata Architects has taken a classic capsule hotel – the old fallback for Japanese workers who’d missed the last train home – and renewed the typology's reputation

  • Align / Spark44, White Collar Factory, London

    New offices have been designed for this advertising agency in a new building on Old Street’s Silicon Roundabout