• Coca-Cola UK HQ, London

    A careful hand was needed by MoreySmith to convert one of London’s oldest concrete buildings into a vibrant and reflective HQ for the king of pop.

  • Watches of Switzerland store, London

    Everyone has time to browse, admire and buy luxury watches in the new store in Regent Street, London for Watches of Switzerland, lavishly created and appointed in glass, rich wood and metals by design practice Callison.

  • Bombay Sapphire distillery, Hampshire, by Thomas Heatherwick Studio

    The polymath designer took inspiration from Britain's rich heritage of botanical structures for this unique gin distillery at Laverstoke, Hampshire

  • Universal Design Studio pop-up shop, London and Berlin

    Simplicity and fun define the two temporary spaces created by UDS to launch Fruit of the Loom’s comeback fashion collection.

  • Knoll San Francisco showroom by Architecture Research Office

    Following on from the success of its interior for Knoll’s New York City flagship showroom and offices, New York-based Architecture Research Office (ARO) has designed the company’s full interior showroom and sales office in San Francisco

  • Harrods Escalator Hall 3, London, by Make

    Architecture and design practice Make has given the top people’s store a new and contemporary suite of escalators while restoring the historic staircases

  • Drake’s, London by Hawkins\Brown

    Commissioned to redesign the offices and workshops of a silk tie factory in Hackney, architect Hawkins\Brown drew on the building's 1930's features to create an elegant and stylish headquarters and additional apartments

  • Spun Sweetshop by Data Nature Associates

    Data Nature Associates has contrasted a Victorian shop front with a space-age interior for this colourful sweet shop in London

  • C1 Bank, by Rob Bowen Design Group

    Rob Bowen talks about designing a very unusual bank in Miami

  • Patagonia, New York

    Outdoor clothing specialist Patagonia went industrial for its latest store, in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan, for which MNA reintroduced a few elements from the past into the 19th-century old depot building