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The Forum at Downtown Design

Downtown Design


25 global design experts respond to topics critical to the architecture and interior design industries in 2019.

Talk of the town: Downtown Design

Dominic Lutyens


The Forum programme of this year's DOWNTOWN DESIGN fair offers insight into the design world's most pressing issues with a line up of talks by international experts.

The architecture of cuisine: new kitchen projects

Alyn Griffiths


With bold design concepts that don't forgo functionality, a number of recent, architecturally led kitchen projects underscore the trend for seamlessly integrated cooking and living spaces.

Finalists Announced for SBID International Design Awards ...

SBID International Design Awards


The highly anticipated finalists of the SBID International Design Awards 2018 have now been revealed.

Come on let's work: PALMBERG

Katharina Sommer


The way we work has fundamentally changed in the last decades. With modular systems and specially tailored solutions, the German office furniture manufacturer PALMBERG ensures an office interior that supports the work process instead of standing in

World Design Capital Mexico City 2018 Program Presentation

Press Office - Design Week Mexico


General Director of Design Week Mexico and World Design Capital Mexico City 2018 revealed the details of the World Design Capital Mexico City 2018 activities program.

Going Loco: station projects steam ahead

Dominic Lutyens


Road congestion, airport check-in and security issues, centre-to-centre journeys – just some of the factors informing rail's burgeoning number of passengers. Architects are responding to this with spectacular grands projects that signal train

Zaha Hadid (1950–2016)

Klaus Leuschel


Respected design critic and curator Klaus Leuschel pays a personal tribute to the Baghdad-born architect who, despite her non-establishment profile, would go on to become one of industry’s most influential and paradigm-shifting grandees.

The Light Fantastic

Anderson-Frank Lachlan


That most intangible, yet fundamental, of architectural elements – light – takes centre-stage across a number of recent beacon projects internationally.