The archetypal loft apartment might have been born in New York, but this apartment shows that when it comes to effortless cool the West coast is hard to beat.
The multi-talented Soren Rose may be based in New York, but his aesthetics are firmly grounded in his Danish roots.
This quirky 101 square metre apartment may look industrial with its concrete ceilings and brick walls but the design inspirations are more 1001 Arabian Nights.
Japan has long been a playground for residential architects, who have to be extra creative in order to squeeze the maximum amount of space into restricted plots.
Clerkenwell may now be synonymous with architects and furniture showrooms, but beneath this genteel veneer lies a deep industrial heritage with brewers, jewellers and printers once jostling for space around its narrow streets.
Industrial style pendants, for long the suspension light of choice by loft-dwellers and hipster bars the world over, may be a dime a dozen, but few can match the extraordinary quality and design clarity of those made by Eleanor Home.
When the opportunity arose to combine two apartments to create a 300 square metre home in the Eixample area of Barcelona...
WRKBNCH has long been a well kept secret for those seeking high-end bespoke cabinets, but the brand is about to find its way into many more little black books with the recent opening of its first showroom in Shoreditch, London.
Multidisciplinary design collective Uhuru has long been a scion of the Brooklyn design scene.
Steel is widely admired for its strength and integrity, qualities which are celebrated by the furniture collection of Dutch architect Dimitri Kruithof.