Architects around the world are coming up with new ways to provide residents with that private island feel thanks to the new floating villas.
MAD Architects has just unveiled the new design for the China Philharmonic Hall in Beijing’s Central Business District.
Massimiliano Fuksas’s newest creation, a convention center in the EUR district of Rome, was unveiled to the international media on Wednesday.
Architects around the world hope to create a new typology for urban living through the use of sky gardens.
Israeli designer Kobi Levi turns his footwear fantasies into reality – grabbing the attention of A-listers on the way.
The Dubai Design Week is around the corner and we take a look at six highlights of the event that should not be missed.
Finding the beauty in the destruction is one thing that a novel association Plateau Urbain is making a reality.
Dubai is using its iconic skyscraper all for a good cause and has announced a new contender that may be the tallest building in the world.
Journey to Infinity: Escher’s World of Wonder is the latest exhibition at the ArtScience Museum, Singapore to capture our attention.
Seoul’s 10 Corso Como will host Tom Dixon’s “Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow” exhibition from October 12 to November 20.
The Museum of Natural History in London is set to receive a makeover that will enhance its space.
French interior design from the 1950s and 60s fetches stellar prices in the market. Though disregarded for decades, it is now hailed as classic.
Zaha Hadid Architects’ design for the newly inaugurated Port House, Antwerp is a blend of historical reverence and an evocative vision of the future.
This stunning two-story restaurant served in a former life as England’s first purpose-built gym and helped host London’s first National Olympic Games in 1866.
The former power station lay derelict since it stopped generating electricity in 1983, but is undergoing a $11.7 billion makeover.
The Brooklyn-based retailer and subsidiary of Williams-Sonoma announced this week it will be opening West Elm-branded hotels stateside beginning late 2018.
Today, the design world embraces “green” and “meaningful” production more than ever.
To mark coachbuilder Touring Superleggera’s 90th anniversary, the Museo Nazionale dell’Automobile in Turin is hosting a retrospective exhibition.
The clean lines of Scandinavian style dominate home interiors but a new more theatrical, baroque look is set to win through.
Here is a look at some useful reading material to bring you up to speed with the world of design. It’ll put you in the mood for London Design Festival.