• Call for Entries: A’ Design Award 2019

    The prestigious annual A’ Design Award and Competition is calling for entries.

  • Bompas & Parr and Captain Morgan launch the Lost Lagoon

    Prepare to set sail on an underground sea, and begin your search for the ingredients to make Captain Morgan’s secret rum punch… in Bompas & Parr’s latest immersive adventure.

  • Jay Osgerby: 'Objects have to justify their existence'

    Designer Jay Osgerby shares with Pamela Buxton the top 10 lessons he’s learned since establishing Barber & Osgerby

  • Brief Encounters in Sheffield

    An exhibition on crystal technologies, both ancient and modern, in Sheffield’s Site Gallery finally gives a weightier, more nuanced perspective on our digital fascinations. Veronica Simpson reports

  • The new New Towns

    There are developments, and then there are developments. By the time it’s completed Greenwich Peninsula will be large enough to be a town in its own right, with all the facilities and amenities one could expect. David Tarpey takes a look, and at a couple more large-scale developments in London and Bedford

  • The Blueprint curated diary: Lydia Yee

    Chief curator of the Whitechapel Gallery, Lydia Yee, shares her recommendations for the best shows to kick off 2019

  • Preview: Surface Design Show 2019

    Veronica Simpson takes a look at the highlights of February’s Surface Design Show in London

  • School Design: Top of the class

    Ten years after the global economic downturn forced a massive reduction in investment in school buildings, glimmers of hope are emerging. Our round-up of new school projects finds innovation in the tight, urban streets of London and New York as well as a traditional Alpine village. By Veronica Simpson

  • Trevor Morriss of SPPARC: 'I didn't go in at any glamorous heights; I went in as a print boy'

    Already wanting to be an architect, Trevor Morriss left school at 17 to work as a print boy in an architect’s office. His talent was soon spotted, and he was on his way

  • The Warehouse, Penryn, Cornwall by Hart Miller Design

    Keeping it local has never rung so true for Hart Miller Design; for its work on this cafe in its home town, the architectural practice keeps the 19th-century warehouse building looking true to its origins