• Designing for Neurodiversity

    Pamela Buxton writes about how interiors created with neurodiversity in mind are appearing in a variety of locations, with designers more and more focused on making spaces that are pleasant for all

  • Client File: The Box, Plymouth

    Head of heritage, art and film at The Box, Nicola Moyle explains how the Plymouth-based project got off the ground

  • Creating community spaces through retrofit

    The move to turn existing buildings into new community spaces has increased dramatically in recent times. Veronica Simpson reports on how the latest wave have fared after the lockdowns of 2020

  • Brintons x FX Competition winners

    The winners of the competition, set by Brintons and FX last year to design a carpet based around the theme ‘ritual’, are announced.

  • Surfaces Focus: Latest products

    Discover the latest collections and designs in our product showcase, from Bill Amberg Studio, Milliken, Salvatori, Amtico, Kvadrat and Forbo

  • Surfaces Focus: Surface Design Show awards highlights

    Ahead of the final selection of the winners, more than 100 entries to the Surface Design Show awards were whittled down to 31 finalists; here's a look at some of those finalists

  • Surfaces Focus: Recent Projects

    A selection of recent projects in our surfaces focus includes a Gessi showroom, Tiffany Loy’s The Weaverly Way, the Lens Light collection, and hotel The Trip

  • Radical Thinking: Adam Scott of FreeState

    Adam Scott, global creative director and founder of FreeState, on what has inspired his thoughts and ideas

  • Le Pristine, Antwerp by Space Copenhagen

    A Space Copenhagen-designed restaurant for a Michelin-starred chef

  • Profile: Luke Hughes

    Luke Hughes, furniture designer, and founder and CEO of his eponymous studio speaks to FX about his work, his new book, and craft in the digital age