Stained glass windows are a core element of Bath & Barley’s interiors and identity by WeWantMore, referencing Belgium’s history of beer brewing in abbeys.
New collections from interior designers and consultancies, as well as store design concepts for retailers including restaurants and fashion brands.
The National Portrait Gallery’s two new hospitality venues and an authentically designed Thai restaurant in Borough Market feature in this month’s top interior projects.
A food hall in Toronto and Italian restaurants in London and New York are among our favourite interior projects of the month.
A new restaurant in Limerick, Ireland, is an example of how Harrison works to reconcile the tension between local inspiration and the roots of the South African brand.
Delve director and co-founder Alex Raher discusses the untapped potential of transforming empty commercial spaces into early years educational settings.
Whether in Amsterdam, Paris or Porto, restoring original features and paying homage to history is a running theme in this month’s interior picks.
At London Design Festival’s Global Design Forum Shellworks co-founder Insiya Jafferjee and Atelier Luma designer Henna Burney discuss why new biomaterials are struggling to cross into widespread use.
Practical examples of bio materials and reuse are everywhere this year as the trade show looks to inspire an optimistic future.
Discussions will take place around how innovative materials can enter mainstream supply chains and how we can broaden the pipeline into the industry for young talent.
Design Council chief design officer Cat Drew explains the themes and topics in this year’s Design for Planet festival.
All the latest moves and changes across the design industry
As Space10 closes its doors, it leaves behind a newly launched website featuring archive works as well as sharing its tools, internal guidelines and collaborator contacts.
Pearson Lloyd co-founder Tom Lloyd discusses how new VR technology could reframe work and entertainment around mobility and movement.
Responding to dips in the number of students taking design subjects, LDF is making an effort to showcase and support young designers.
From a rug showroom in Dubai to a palace-turned-hotel in Budapest, here are our favourite interior projects.
The third edition of the To Think journal series urges designers to converge with “big business” to devise more effective solutions to the climate crisis.
Coinciding with the start of the school holidays, this month’s design events include creative workshops for children in Dundee and a Festival at the Young V&A.
Wool-clad walls and restored vistas seek to better frame the portraits in the newly renovated National Portrait Gallery.
This month’s selection includes a biophilic retail design for an impact-conscious menswear brand and a lighting installation influenced by cathedral architecture.
The EE Studio was designed with modularity in mind so that it can act as “responsive” retail space that adapts along with consumer trends.
We’re excited to announce the full Awards shortlist below. Keep an eye out for our Winners Showcase, which will be revealed later this month on the site.
From a restaurant in Barcelona inspired by Picasso artworks to a retail space’s circular redesign, here are our favourite recent interior projects.
As Ikea reaches its 80th anniversary, we spoke to the design team about changing priorities, material developments and what “democratic design” means today.
Following the Earth Day 2023 theme, “invest in our planet “, we asked designers where investment to improve sustainability needs to be targeted.