Breaking ground in 2009 to provide a west-east link across London, Crossrail is in the home straight. Clare Dowdy looks at the story so far…
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We sit down with co-founder of AB Concept, Ed Ng, to discuss inspiration, travelling, AB Concept’s latest launch and what the the word ‘luxury’ really means.
It’s challenging, demanding and controversial…
DesignCurial has searched the world over for the Top 10 best designed sports stadiums, and the results are in…
Interior design expert Julia Kendell gives her tips and tricks on creating amazing interiors, without going over budget
Martin Goddard of luxury interior design studio Goddard Littlefair shares his top 10 design tips
As part of London’s largest art festival, the capital’s celebrated architecture will become a vibrantly illuminated canvas.
The Marian Goodman Gallery in New York has recently announced an exhibition of work by Cristina Iglesias
Pioneering new approaches are being taken by architects and designers in schools for children with special educational needs, reports Veronica Simpson
A new exhibition by Cardiff-based artist Anthony Shapland explores how we understand sound, silence, speech and communication.
With people becoming more aware of how design reflects their experience, this could mean a shift for the hospitality and hotel industries – and McCue Crafted Fit are feeling the change first-hand.
Veronica Simpson is in Hastings to look at the story behind dRMM’s Stirling prize-winning pier
New guidelines published by The Wildlife Trust show how new housing developments can be built to positively impact both nature and our urban environments.
A 240-square-metre private residence in Mexico was initially perceived as a difficult design project due to its awkward shape, but turned out to be an amazing opportunity for ARQUIDROMO.
Ahead of the annual London Art, Antiques & Interiors Fair that takes place this weekend – Friday 12th to Sunday 14th January – at the London ExCel, DesignCurial were given a sneak peek into the trends that experts see gracing the antiques and …
The London edition of ARCHITECT@WORK, a two-day event aimed at architects, designers and specifiers, is in its sixth year and is being held at Olympia National Hall on 24th and 25th January 2018. The two days include free admission for registe…
A quirky new feline friendly café has opened in Leeds city centre, following a £500,000 refurbishment.
A galaxy-inspired, spiraling wooden tower designed by Arthur Mamou-Mani will be the main temple at Burning Man 2018.
A musical art installation has been created in an underpass in Poland, paying homage to the culture of the city.
We look at some of the ways to create a rustic, warm and cozy feeling within any home, no matter the budget.
A new exhibition is opening at the Jerwood Gallery at the end of January, dedicated to the works of Royal Academician Gus Cummins.
Habitat First’s Lower Mill Estate, set in the beautiful Cotswolds, shows us that pioneering, sustainable architecture can certainly be luxurious.
Abigail Bomford is the new creative director of Camira, a specialist in producing fabrics for contract projects, from offices, school, transportation and hospitals.
Swarovski Kristallwelten have announced four new Chambers of Wonder at their tourist attraction in Austria, within the centre’s iconic Giant.
Workhorse are preparing for the first test flight of their SureFly – the world’s first electric hybrid helicopter – ahead of the start of the 2018 Consumer Electronic Show (CES).
Food design studio Bompas & Parr have created the Imminent Future of Food report, predicting seven trends that they believe we will be seeing on our plates in 2018.
The Royal Academy of Arts prepares to celebrate its 250th anniversary, with a redevelopment designed by architect and academician Sir David Chipperfield.
WDR have updated their World Design Rankings for the New Year.
…there was a compelling vision for the towns and cities of the UK, says architect Philip Eccles, of Bennetts Associates
One to Watch is Bex Simon, artsmith and creative director of the eponymous company that specialises in metalwork with a difference…
Four pages of flooring products to inform the designer’s choice when it comes to specifying this all-important project element.
Win a weekend for Copenhagen and see your design for a commercial carpet reproduced and displayed.
Attendees of the FX Talks 2017 share their thoughts on the programme.
Our pick of projects that illustrate the show-out effects flooring can produce, in settings that range from restaurants to a children’s hospital
Toronto, Canada, has recently become home to a cool new sound sculpture by Paul Raff Studio.
With Christmas just around the corner, we have a look at some of this year’s weird and wonderful Christmas tree designs from around the city of London.
Emma Maxwell has designed a restaurant installation for The Marriot Hotel Group, entitled ‘Find your Lucky Star’.
Four designers from leading practices share their views on flooring: what they specify and why, their priorities and favourites
Head of Interiors of Squire and Partners Maria Cheung says a mix of old and new was a winning combo for a London office.
Carmody Groarke’s Rectory Farm project in suburban London is an innovative approach to vital mineral extraction, which simultaneously provides a large community park above ground