• Brief encounters in Thailand

    Veronica Simpson unearths a remarkable school in Thailand, whose design and ethos
    is inspired by the founders’ desire to infuse it with emotional and environmental intelligence

  • From Bauhaus to the New World

    In the second part of his feature marking 2019’s centenary of the Bauhaus school opening, Stephen Hitchins reveals what happened to its leading lights after the Nazis shut it down

  • Poster boy for a new generation: Alan Kitching

    The creator of October’s cover for FX, Alan Kitching has been a leading light in graphic design for decades, garnering accolades and awards and a portfolio of clients that includes the National Theatre, Royal Mail and The Guardian. His latest book, Alan Kitching’s A-Z of London, is due out next year

  • The Alex by 21Spaces

    Adding a modern addition to Dublin’s historic Georgian Merrion Square, the hotel’s make-over has used Irish products and a new discrete cafe to make it a lively and welcome neighbour

  • Blueprint Awards 2018 Winners Announced!

    The winners for the 2018 Blueprint Awards have been announced.

  • The 10 Best Designed Cafes in the World

    With an immeasurable amount of cafes and coffeehouses across the globe, we browsed through four thousand to find our definitive list of the 10 best designed cafes in the world.

  • The London Animal Hospital by alma-nac

    Where the former charity Kids Company once held court is now a transformed space giving sick animals the given pride of place

  • Japan House London by Wonderwall

    Offering a welcome to Japan, without the clichés and stereotypes, the designer aims to create a view of Japan that references the country’s deep-rooted concepts in a contemporary way

  • Chelsom Product Watch: Radar

    Radar from Chelsom is one of the signature ranges from the brand-new collection Edition 26, presenting a selection of contemporary urban fittings that would be an impressive addition to a wide variety of interior genres.

  • Rio Kobayashi: One to Watch in October

    Rio Kobayashi is a self-taught designer who moved from Japan to Austria when he was 18 and was taken on as an apprentice cabinetmaker