Ordnance Survey is known for its highly accurate if slightly unwieldy maps, but it’s also leading digital innovation from a... View Article
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As literary trivia fans will know, Charles Dickens’s final – and unfinished novel – was The Mystery of Edwin Drood.
Furniture designer Robin Day’s remarkable career spanned 60 years and included the 1963 Polypropylene chair, as well as the seating... View Article
The treasures of Sir John Soane’s Museum are covered in the article Open House.
Our cover this issue is partly inspired by the golden age of transport advertisements.
100% Design, the UK’s largest design trade show, will be in its brand new home – Olympia London – for... View Article
Benedict Cumberbatch’s Hamlet at the Barbican may be completely sold-out, but you can at least catch some of his finest... View Article
London Fashion Week takes place in mid-September, and EC1’s design district will have its own event to get you in... View Article
A century ago, trams were a familiar site in Clerkenwell, trundling up and down Farringdon Road and other busy streets... View Article
Sir John Soane’s Museum is one of the capital’s most unusual historic attractions – and now this leading architect’s private... View Article