• The Cross is re-born; clashing raw structure with red velvet thanks to B3 Designers

    Recently re-launched, The Cross in London’s King Cross boasts six floors of hospitality in the stomping ground close to the original 90s hip destination.

  • Jump Studios / UBS Arena, New York

    With an enormous $1.1bn budget, the home of the New York Islanders hockey team has had more than just a face lift

  • Holloway Li / Wunderlocke, Munich

    As a dynamic destination, WunderLocke offers a creative hub for Munich’s burgeoning community of artists, creatives and tech entrepreneurs

  • Products

    A broad selection of products and materials for the most cutting-edge surfaces innovations.

  • Profile – Paul Thrush

    Paul Thrush, director of STAC Architecture, explains his firm’s work on Nando’s chains.

  • Diary

    Pick of the events coming up over the next few months

  • Toby Maxwell’s Hotel Focus Projects: A showcase of some of the hotel projects around the world

    Showcasing some of the best and most innovative hotel designs from around the world, from the UK and Europe to as far flung as countries like Indonesia, China and even two unique examples from the Arab world

  • Toby Maxwell’s Hotel Focus Q&As

    Dustin Wekesser, associate principle at CallisonRTKL on its scheme for the Grand Hyatt hotel in Kuwait, and Tim Rooney, project manager and principle at Jeffrey Beers International on partnering with the Hard Rock brand.

  • 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.