• Martin Goddard

    The renowned hotel designer is moving into the residential market

  • Paul Nulty

    As the former director at Light Bureau, Paul Nulty has struck out on his own with the intention of getting lighting design higher on the agenda of projects and reducing the negative environmental impact of lighting. He talks to Jamie Mitchell about his accidental love affair with lighting

  • Bold as brass

    The RCA is making the running in the much-needed move towards sustainability in design with the appointment of Clare Brass to head the fight, says Aidan Walker

  • One-Stop Quality

    Design-and-build has gained acceptance – and is now positioning itself at the high-end, says Geoff Andrew, managing director of Margolis Office Environments

  • Celia Birtwell

    The designer is launching a characteristically playful fabric collection and a book that celebrates her high-profile career

  • Ray Anderson

    Hailed by some as an environmental hero but viewed with scepticism by others, history will judge how important a sustainability champion was Ray Anderson, the founder and CEO of Interface who died recently. Jamie Mitchell looks back at Anderson’s life

  • Squire & Partners

    One of the key names behind the Chelsea Barracks development, Squire & Partners, has more than three decades of experience in residential architecture

  • Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby

    A book about their work, their first furniture piece for Vitra, a major art gallery show and that little piece of history, the Olympic torch, are making 2011 a momentous year for BarberOsgerby. Jamie Mitchell talks to the duo

  • London Design Festival

    This is the busiest time of the year for all us design bods, and with such a wide selection of trade shows, events and exhibitions going on in September, it takes some planning to fit them all in. One is the London Design Festival – a nine-day citywide celebration of design, taking place 17-25 September.

  • Future gazing

    Will we be sitting at desks in a big office building to do our work in 50 or even 20 years’ time? Johnny Tucker reports from the latest FX design seminar where design experts gather to debate the issues

  • Turning the tables

  • Thoroughbred design

  • Present and correct