• 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.

  • 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

  • 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.

  • Project: A.M.P Director Patrick McKinney discusses Gymbox Victoria

    With eight locations throughout London, Gymbox's innovative interiors are unlike any other gym in the capital. Behind the newest venture, Gymbox Victoria's expansion, are architectural designers A Modern Practice, better known as A.M.P.

    Their director, Patrick McKinney, tells us more.

  • Focus: Introduction

    We take a sneak peek at Workplace Week 17, the event that celebrates and showcases workplace design (raising cash for charity along the way)

  • V&A open new Members' Room

    The Victoria and Albert Museum opened its new Members’ Room on Monday.

  • The designer 'dragging' architecture: meet Adam Nathaniel Furman

    London-based designer Adam Nathaniel Furman indulges in colour, pattern and multiple historical styles — from his interiors to his installations — and argues for greater plurality in the world of architecture

  • Client File: Genevieve Adkins - National Army Museum

    At the newly redeveloped National Army Museum the assistant director of public programmes tells FX about the make-over project and the practices that work for the museum

  • Are you attending the Manchester Open? What, Where and Why?

    The BCFA Open series continues this year with the second annual Manchester Open exhibition. This year the BCFA will be holding the exhibition at a fresh new venue and offering you the opportunity to meet with 27 of their esteemed members.

  • Geffrye Museum of the Home launch tour of London interior design through the ages

    Interior design has changed a lot over the years. Looking back to the past it’s hard to imagine how people lived without modern luxuries like electricity and heating. Thinking about it, it really was impressive.