• If Only...

    we could trick the mega rich into thinking they’re in space, says Alex Luria, associate at Jestico + Whiles

  • Bars & Leisure Focus: Project Bar Vasari Amsterdam

    DESIGN AGENCY UXUS was commissioned by Dutch investment management company Amerborgh to develop the design of Huis Vasari, a new cultural space housed in a striking 17th century canal house along the Herengracht in the centre of Amsterdam.

  • Bars & Leisure Focus - Project Shirvan Métisse Doha

    AW2 HAS completed work on a new restaurant in Doha, Qatar, for Michelin-star chef Akrame Benalall. Shirvan Métisse Doha restaurant was fully designed by the Parisbased architecture and interior design studio, led by partner architects Reda Amalou and Stéphanie Ledoux.

  • Project - Silverleaf Bar London

    SILVERLEAF is a new destination cocktail bar at the Pan Pacific London hotel, whose design is inspired by ‘naturalism and the elements’. Located in the 144-year-old Devonshire House – a separate building adjacent to the hotel – Silverleaf’s bar will include a semi-private area and Alba; a separate intimate space that accommodates up to 12 people and is designed for private drink experiences as well as being home to a bottle-keep for customers.

  • Bars & Leisure Focus: Q&A

    with Erik Nissen Johansen if Stylt

  • Airports – Flying colours

    Kay Hill investigates the move towards more sustainable airport buildings, despite some saying the only eco-friendly response is not to take the job at all

  • Showrooms

    Rather than looking at the designs renowned studios produce for others, FX instead looks at how they design their own workspaces

  • Reviving Ruins

    Veronica Simpson travels back in time to bring you some recent inspirational approaches to reincarnating ruins from our past

  • Brief Encounters

    Veronica Simpson examines the life-sized space for community brought to life by Syrian sculptural artist Mohamad Hafez

  • Brief Encounters

    Veronica Simpson learns how artist Rana Begum uses form, light and colour at the Pitzhanger Manor