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Editor's Letter – January 2022

Simon Keane-Cowell


The great departed and the arrival of new voices. Welcome to 2022.

Furniture Design Week: WilkinsonEyre

Simon Keane-Cowell


‘The desk still means identity and ownership,’ says Yasmin Al-Ani Spence from WilkinsonEyre. Watch now for more insight and commentary!

You’ve changed: adaptive reuse in new architectural ...

Peter Smisek


Old buildings are changing. Be it for reasons of historical preservation or land conservation, demolition is giving way to creative adaptation. It’s a whole new you.

Squaring the circle: WilkinsonEyre’s Gasholders London ...

Simon Keane-Cowell


British architectural practice WilkinsonEyre’s repurposing of a trio of listed Victorian gasholders has reinscribed their status as a London architectural landmark.

Field of Dreams: greening the urban landscape

Dominic Lutyens


Increased urban congestion. Climate change and sustainability. Urban regeneration. The reasons for the burgeoning movement in highly considered, integrated green spaces in towns and cities around the globe are as manifold as the forms they take.

From a Great Height

Dominic Lutyens


As ever-taller skyscrapers increasingly dominate the urban landscape, London-based architecture and design journalist Dominic Lutyens asks how designers can push the boundaries of interiors ever further upwards.

Sleeping Around: contemporary hotel design checks in

Simon Keane-Cowell


With an increase in international travel predicted for 2013, on the heels of a rebound for hoteliers last year, the hotel industry is looking more than ever for ways to make the visitor experience a memorable and profitable one. Enter striking