Life Is A Dream is a photo diary by French photographer Pierre Bureau that examines those strange times when life is terrifying and magical.
London-based architectural photographers Mass Collective are hosting a virtual gallery throughout June, presenting a new exhibition each week themed around the contemporary British built environment
Photographer Agnes Sanvito sent me this series of her pictures of queues
The lighting technology exists to vividly express ourselves on the walls of our homes and workspaces. Then why aren’t more people doing it?
Standing proudly in central London since the 1930s, the building formerly known as Commonwealth House is a textbook example of the often unforeseeable challenges posed by refurbishing and re-imagining historic structures.
This new commission by multidisciplinary design studio Space Popular raises one of the most enduring concerns of architecture: the rise and fall of styles.
When Design Exchange Asked The Gentle Author To Pen An Opinion Piece On The Subject He’s Best Known For— The Politics Of Aesthetic And Cultural Change In East London— We Offered Free Rein On Focus And Angle. He Did Not Disappoint
DGA Architects deliver a new home for AICO in Oswestry, Shropshire. Located on a major road leading into the town centre, it needed to provide a bold welcome to company visitors, and also passing traffic.
Journalist, photographer and all-round legend in the world of design, Barbara Chandler has been penning articles on furniture, decoration, interiors and more for over 35 years.
Deeyah Khan is an award-winning documentary filmmaker of South Asian origin who was raised in Norway. Her work addresses issues surrounding religion, extremism, cultural and societal expectations, questioning stereotypes, with the intention to educate, empower and inspire change