Design

Anyone who has the money can buy a plane, car or beautifully crafted clothes. Art is individual, says Joe Burns, and it plays a key role in selling today's prime and super-prime properties...

Clarendon Cross, London £12m Nestled in an achingly fashionable pocket of Notting Hill, this former Brick Works has been reimagined and transformed into one seriously funky family home.

Berkeley Homes is harnessing the power of art to add to the appeal of its Roman House development in the City of London, hosting a private view of photographer Niki Gorick's London-centric works in one…

Designs for the next phase of the transformation of Battersea Power Station have been unveiled

Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith & Fulham planners have given the first detailed all-clears to Capco's plans for Earls Court

Over 100 arty art and antique mongers will be returning to Berkeley Square for the sixth LAPADA Fair in September

Well-planned atria can make unusable space habitable or conjure the all-important 'wow factor' out of something ordinary, ultimately increasing the overall value, explains MSMR's Sheila McCusker...

It's been exactly a year since Culture Minister Ed Vaizey asked Sir Terry Farrell CBE to lead an unprecedented, industry-wide review of architecture and the built environment.

Under pressure to make a speedy sale this Spring? Here's some seasoned advice...

"The enduring popularity and desirability of London’s Sloane Square, Mayfair and Notting Hill neighbourhoods speaks to the strengths of mid-rise as a form," says a new report by the Prince's Foundation o…

Water-torn properties are emerging across the country as the floods subside, allowing owners get on with assessing the damage and patching-up homes

London uber-developer Capital & Counties, the property company behind Covent Garden and Earls Court, is launching its first new-build residential development, Lillie Square in Earls Court, on Thursday