• FX Design Seminar – Creativity: Tuition or intuition?

    FX brought together experts from across architecture and design to consider the very meaning of creativity

  • 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

  • Design Seminar - Fit for purpose – and for people

    Experts from across the contract design sector discuss wellness in workplace projects

  • Design Seminar: The new showcases of experience

    What impact will emerging technologies have on how we shop? How will virtual reality, augmented reality and the increased interest in wellness and sustainability impact on retail design? And what design strategies can help traditional retailers survive? Our retail design experts got stuck into the big issues at the latest in FX’s series of design seminars.

  • Reporter: FX Awards 2017

    It’s November, so it has to be time for the FX Awards, being held in a gala event at London’s Grosvenor House hotel, 29 November, with Jimmy Carr as MC

  • Design Seminar - A plan for the planet

    Toby Maxwell reports from the latest FX Design Seminar, hosted by BDP and sponsored by Universal Fibers, in which experts discussed how far sustainability has penetrated the agenda of the contract design sector.

  • Design Seminar: Biophilic design in the Public Sector

    Experts in education and hospitality sit alongside architects and designers to discuss the benefits that biophilic design can bring to public-sector interior environments

  • Design Seminar: Schools

    Experts pull up a chair at our round table to discuss issues that are determining the look, shape and feel of schools for students and teachers.

  • Design Seminar: Branding

    Creative experts from across the industry sit down to discuss branding. As a much misunderstood and misused term, how can designers make sense of it?

  • Sparks Design a Light competition

    Three entries to the Design a Light competition, run by children’s charity Sparks with lighting manufacturer FUTURE Designs, are made and auctioned to help raise funds