Design & Build Review
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As we enter a new decade, Design & Build Review will be taking on some of the biggest emerging issues in architecture, from trends to technologies.

We’ll kick off the year with a focus on sustainability and the environment – a topic that is only going to get more significant in the next few years – before moving on to the world of interior design in our April issue. Later in the year we’ll take on the world of software-led design and construction, smart buildings and wellness-lead design.

Plus we’ll also be covering some of the emerging news and issues that arise throughout the year, as well as highlighting some of the most exciting topics to be unveiled.

Visit our archive to read past editions of Design & Build Review.


Editor | Lucy Ingham

Writers | Patrick Kingsland, Ross Davies, Chris Lo

Magazine Designer | Noemi Balint

Graphic Designers | Tyrrell Lowe, Ashley McPherson, Anett Arc, Marzia Delgaone, Petra Konyi-Kiss, Maria Gimenez, Martina Labaiova, Filipe Costa

Lead Designer | John Hammond

Publisher | Susanne Hauner

Digital Publishing Director | Duncan West


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