Design

Anna Bastiaenen examines the growing importance of the ancient Chinese art of feng shui in Western architecture, design and development.

The priming of the south bank again marched onward this week, as Squire & Partners' £400m two-tower scheme for Vauxhall was approved by Eric Pickles.

The majority of British architects are pessimistic about their workload levels for the coming year, according to RIBA's Future Trends Survey, but the high-end residential sector is proving to be "resilient,"…

Following the success of last year’s awards at Maison & Objet, the Society of British Interior Design (SBID) has announced a shortlist for its inaugural 2012 International Design Awards, which attracted p…

Dame Vivienne Westwood will design the entrance at luxury interior design show Decorex International this year

UNESCO, the world heritage body, has voiced concerns over the impact of increasingly altitudinous new developments on London's historic buildings.

Cameron's new planning measures don't quite cut the mustard, says Trevor Abrahmsohn..

Shropshire is home to a wealth of top-notch country estates, says William Cash, but some could do with a touch of demolition

Decorex, the UK's best show for interior design pros, have scoured the Twittersphere to find the 100 most influential interior design tweeters

The Government's consultation process has once again been heavily criticised for being too short and poorly thought-through

Comedy can add value, especially when there's shag-pile and a revolving bed involved, says Tracy Kellett.

Architects and heritage campaigners have voiced concerns over the Government's consultation on simplifying planning consents for listed buildings (which we reported on last week here).