• Meet Petite Friture, the design editor curating contemporary design

    We speak to Amélie Du Passage, the founder of design editor Petite Friture, about the company, working with interior designers, and what the future holds for emerging designers.

  • Barr Gazetas and Jaguar Explore 'Electrified Urban Vision For The Future'

    Barr Gazetas collaborates with Jaguar’s Director of Design, Ian Callum, to present a joint vision for an urban future as electric vehicle adoption reaches tipping point.

  • Red hot drama: Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology by McCullough Mulvin Architects

    McCullough Mulvin Architects’ new project for the Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology features dramatic accommodation blocks in red, a connective walkway and landscaping that responds to the scorching climate, expressing both Mughal and modernist architectural influences with a 21st-century sensibility

  • The By Design talks explore design through the power of objects

    Sir John Soane’s Museum and Luke Irwin present a series of talks exploring how design has impacted the lives of six internationally-renowned designers.

  • Client File: Simon Moore of Ministry of Sound

    Ministry of Sound’s creative director Simon Moore tells us about his ambitions and strategy in creating the new workplace and hub The Ministry

  • Saving Glasgow School of Art

    Glasgow-born architect John McAslan urges GSA's leadership to rebuild Mackintosh's masterpiece out of the ashes

  • Burned Offering: Glasgow School of Art

    Stephen Hitchins examines Mackintosh’s architectural legacy and Steven Holl Architects controversial ‘cliff of glass’ that sits opposite the devastatingly burned iconic GSA

  • 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