Design

Reputedly where the Queen Mother was born, Grosvenor Gardens House in Belgravia is set to undergo a right royal restoration, with comprehensive plans currently being submitted by prime developer Oakvest

Master craftsman Claudio Celiberti and celeb' cook Aldo Zilli unveiled "the world’s most expensive kitchen ever created" last night at One Mayfair. It costs £1 million.

One of prime property's newest names, Oracle Capital Group, launched its flagship luxury development in London in partnership with Harrison Varma last night

Uber-developer Capital & Counties' ambitious plans for the Earls Court & West Kensington Opportunity Area were approved by The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea last night.

George Ferguson, the red-trouser-wearing architect, master-planner and demolisher, has triumphed in Bristol's first Mayoral elections, beating Labour's candidate (the odds-on favourite) Marvin Rees by…

Smallbone of Devizes has triumphed at the 10th annual Designer Kitchen and Bathroom Awards, walking away with the gong for Ultimate Luxury Kitchen Design.

Tom Helme and Martin Ephson, the partnership behind posh paint purveyors Farrow & Ball, are back in the interiors game after a six-year break

As wind turbines taller than Nelson's Column threaten the setting of his family home in Shropshire, William Cash has mobilised Britain's heritage conservation community to action.

The 22nd Winter Fine Art & Antiques Fair at Olympia opens its doors at 4pm today (Monday), with over 24,000 visitors expected to drop in to see the 130 exhibitors over the next seven days

Up-and-coming designer Oliver Hrubiak scooped the inaugural Designer of the Future Award sponsored by Anglian Home Improvements for his Finn chair at this year’s House Beautiful Awards. H

The chaps behind Chris Beetles Fine Photographs, one of Europe's leading photography galleries, have done something rather clever; they realised that there are some devastatingly talented photographic…

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