• Make Architects' Katy Ghahremani on the process of great design – and why diversity is vital

    Since Make was founded in 2004, director Katy Ghahremani has had its philosophy running through her, but she still has time for other design-related platforms, as well as being keen on seeing a more diverse industry

  • Ken Shuttleworth: ‘The only real asset we have as a practice is our people’

    The career of Ken Shuttleworth, awarded for Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Design in the FX Awards, has taken him across five decades, three continents and two major architecture practices – first Foster + Partners and then Make Architects, which he founded in 2004

  • 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

  • Reporter - Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Design award: Ken Shuttleworth

    Meet Ken Shuttleworth, this year’s recipient of the FX Award for Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Design

  • Make Architects/Harrods’ Entrance Hall

    Original art-deco heritage finds have been blended with contemporary design for the high-end store’s new-look entrance hall

  • St James’s Market, London by Make Architects

    Thanks to two keys buildings being restored and refurbished by Make Architects into high-end offices and retail, within a larger £400m masterplan, the old St James’s Market area abutting Haymarket in London is moving on from being the neglected yesteryear haunt of butchers, bakers and periwig makers. Now the market site will soon find itself again as a bustling centre of commerce, shopping and dining at the heart of London’s West End

  • Profile: Tracey Wiles

    With Make opening an office in Sydney, after its headline-grabbing work at the Opera Residences in the city, it was a natural fit for Tracey Wiles, fresh from the success of the Sydney apartments, to relocate to the country of her early years.

  • Make Architects strive for harmony between the old and the new

    In the heart of the quickly developing Chinese city, The Temple House puts a hand out to the past with an entrance courtyard from the Qing dynasty.

  • Case Study: Park and revive

    From former NCP car parks to views of the Thames, a look at the latest projects for new workspaces.