The annual celebration of all things design has taken the capital by storm this September. Make sure not to miss the last weekend before the festival closes its doors on Sunday.
A 1960’s Camden property has been redesigned using a number of locally sourced materials
On the market now, we’ve found apartments with great natural light and spacious entertainemnt areas in St John’s Wood
Asking prices for homes in Camden have fallen an average of seven per cent in past month.
Your guide to all the things to do in St John’s Wood, including the best shops, cafes, restaurants and schools.
British designer Tom Dixon is relocating his studio, showroom and cafe from Portobello Dock to the city’s King’s Cross district, as the UK capital’s creative scene continues to move east.
We’ve seen all sorts of things being built on Grand Designs, from a sliding house on railway tracks, to a home made of wood that is 100 per cent sustainable.
Need an excuse to get out of the house this weekend? Give into curiosity and enjoy a rare chance to snoop around Camden’s famous residences, as well as local architectural hidden gems as part of Open House London.
From telepathically communicating with animals, to life-sized manikins in bathrooms, and tenants going at it in the bedroom Propertymark reveal the strangest property viewing stories.
The property market can be tricky to read, so if you’re thinking of putting your home up for sale, either now or in the future, how do you know how “saleable” it’s likely to be?
When the country voted to leave the European Union, many feared the fallout from Brexit would have a negative effect on the consumer market, including property purchases.
If you are a pet owner, maybe you can empathise with this familiar tale.
Japanese baby and children’s clothing company Familiar is making their first venture into Europe with a pop up event in Hampstead
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