• Design is the key to great human experiences

    The Gensler Research Institute have announced the results of its first ever Experience Index, confirming that design has a quantifiable impact on experience.

  • Paper Chase

    Kay Hill traces the rise, fall and rise again in the popularity of wallpaper, and looks ahead to what the future might hold for this resilient decor

  • Nulty lights up Waterloo’s iconic graffiti tunnel, Leake Street

    Cutting-edge lighting design consultancy Nulty recently completed their work on the regeneration of Leake Street Arches, including lighting 300m of Leake Street, one of London’s most popular urban street art locations.

  • Architects for Animals “Giving Shelter” exhibit is back, and as innovative as ever

    Los Angeles-based architects and designers create one-of-a-kind outdoor shelters for the city’s stray cats in the Architects for Animals "Giving Shelter" exhibit - all as part of a fundraiser for FixNation

  • Open Source

    Veronica Simpson looks at cultural institutions that are realising that their archives give them a unique edge, and which they are capitalising on with new buildings and spaces

  • DeskTop, the photography exhibition exploring our workspaces

    With launch night on Thursday 2nd November, 2017, Walter Knoll has unveiled a new photography exhibition entitled ‘DeskTop’ that aims to investigate the future of our work spaces. We went to view the exhibition and find out what answers – or questions – can be drawn from these intimate photographs.

  • Our favourite five of the Climate Action Challenge

    All this week, the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change takes place in Bonn Germany. With this in mind, we looked into the Climate Action Challenge and found our favourite five designs that we see making a lasting impact on the climate-conscious future of the design world.

  • Winners of SBID International Design Awards 2017 revealed

    At a lavish ceremony on the 27th October, the highly anticipated winners of the Society of British International Design’s (SBID) International Design Awards were announced.

  • Villa Similan – the late Jaya Ibrahim’s last masterpiece

    Nestled into the surrounding greenery and perched high on a hill overlooking Layan Bay, Phuket, sits the last masterwork by the late Indonesian design guru, Jaya Ibrahim.

  • Kebony partners with TOG Knives to make new, innovative Sujihiki carving knife

    Kebony is a beautiful, hardwearing and durable wood which has been installed for exterior luxury decking and cladding around the world. Though used for both external and internal applications, the most interesting use of Kebony must be in partnership with TOG Knives: together, they have created the 26cm Sujihiki.