• Marsh Hill by Mole Architects

    This Suffolk house by Mole Architects achieves a fine balance of simplicity and complexity through careful detailing, craftsmanship and sensitivity to scale and the lived experience

  • Style Library Contract Launches New ‘Momentum’ Collection from Harlequin

    Home to some of the world’s best interiors brands, Style Library Contract brings together high performing, design-led, contract-specification wallcoverings and fabrics. Created to be the one-stop international resource for interior designers, architects and specifiers, the Style Library Contract portfolio encompasses Anthology, Zoffany, Harlequin, Sanderson, Morris & Co. and Scion – all leading British interior brands with individual styles. This breadth of individuality means that the Style Library Contract catalogue has one of the most diverse offerings for the contract sector.

  • With the help of the sun, ICEHOTEL is set to open all year round

    Positioned by the riverside in Jukkasjärvi, northern Sweden, world renowned Icehotel is partaking in a complete revamp for the grand opening of its Icehotel 365 in November.

  • NOBODY&CO: The art of new generation interiors

    Pushing the boundaries of Italian craftsmanship since 2005, .nobody&co. is a new generation interior design company that translates visionary impulses into desirable, multi-faceted quality furniture and bold, non-conformist design objects

  • The top designed dog friendly spots in London

    DesignCurial searches for the best-designed dog friendly spots in London

  • Flooring Focus: Spoiled for Choice

    Flooring has a huge range to choose from to do a huge-ranging job, with rugs, carpeting, wood and tiles to complement or add a wow factor to interior spaces.

  • Clerkenwell Design Week 2016 begins

    DesignCurial takes a swift tour around Clerkenwell to get a feel for what to expect from this year's festival

  • Salone del Mobile, Milan review

    Editor Johnny Tucker and London Design Guide author Max Fraser pounded the pavements and piazzas to bring you the best design the city had to offer

  • Let in the light

    Protecting their art treasures from harmful daylight has always been a major concern for galleries and museums, which often resorted to simply blocking it out. Thankfully, the approach is a lot more subtle these days.

  • Flawless finish

    It started with resolving a beauty problem at Selfridges and ended with a whole new light module. Claire Hamill and Anna Sandgren of Nulty+ review the research project that gave a new complexion to retail lighting.