In a Grade II-listed building in the heart of London, THDP has recently designed the Hyatt Regency London Blackfriars, complete with multiple hospitality offerings.
To start the new year, our editor was on the ground in the UK to meet some of London’s leading architects. What are the relevant insights for Australia and the Asia-Pacific?
What can Australian build-to-rent (BTR) developers learn from the experienced UK market and how can these lessons be applied locally? Frank Filskow shares valuable insights from Make’s work and research in the UK and Australia.
Discover the latest furniture, lighting and accessories from the 21st edition of the London Design Festival, from previously unseen designs from Mid-Century masters to innovative new materials.
The 21st edition of the London Design Festival was a week showcasing the full breadth of talent in the UK capital – from impressive brand collaborations and product launches to inspiring emerging talents.
The 21st edition of the London Design Festival showcased the full breadth of talent in the British capital – from impressive brand collaborations and product launches to emerging talents. Mandi Keighran rounds up her top program highlights.
Within the enchanted realm of The Glade at London’s renowned Sketch restaurant sits a fairy-tale forest setting, envisaged as a fantasy of maximalist design. At its centre is a gold-detailed Herbarium of gilded glass.
From interior architecture to speculative subterranean design, Charlotte Wilson of SJB is one to watch in the Australian design world.
The Black & White Building by Waugh Thistleton Architects (WTA) in collaboration with TOG is a timber milestone. As the tallest mass timber office building in central London, this is a ground-breaking project in its use of material.
Following recent award wins for Brookfield Place Sydney, Make has also been recognised for a landmark workplace project in London. At 80 Charlotte Street, you’ll find architecture in tune with its surroundings.
Iconic furniture pieces are displayed against the richly patinated industrial backdrop of the Grade II listed Tramshed building at Vitra’s new showroom in London.