• Focus: Projects

    We take a look at two projects that have employed concrete to serve up outstanding and unusual looks

  • Focus: Characterful

    After hundreds of years as the keystone to building, functional—not beautiful—concrete is changing its character

  • Turning architectural wonders into fashion catwalks

    Both a supermodel and a fashion show producer, Jessica Minh Anh’s iconic fashion shows prove that catwalks don’t need to be in design studios.

  • The exhibition that asks, “Are shoes from heaven or hell?”

    Showcasing over 100 pairs of remarkable footwear, the new Heaven or Hell exhibition at the Cube design museum in Kerkrade, Holland, is set to prove that shoes have to be one the most sophisticated parts of fashion design.

  • How wood can help upgrade your home

    One of the most versatile and durable materials in the world, we look at the ways that wood can help create updated, refreshed interiors in the home.

  • Market makeovers

    In a celebration of the reinvention of a vintage retail format, Veronica Simpson examines the rise of the high-quality, low-cost street food market.

  • Brief Encounters - Hackney Town Hall

    Veronica Simpson looks at the revival and improvements to Hackney Town Hall, turning it into a state-of-the-art local asset

  • This beachfront pavilion weaves together fashion, nature and design

    A pop-up fashion pavilion designed by Studio Saxe was inspired by its natural surroundings.

  • Europe is Building

    A building boom is underway in mainland Europe, including a whole village made entirely of wood. But for London’s newly opened, highly sustainable Bloomberg European HQ, after 10 years in the making, would it have happened in the UK post-Brexit? Stephen Hitchins reports

  • Go bananas for the new restaurant at one of the oldest zoos in the world

    Studio Farris Architects have redesigned part of Antwerp Zoo, creating a unique narrative that leads from the city into the wilderness.