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Kent dockyard loses out to Lake District national park as UK's next world heritage site

Me And My Home: Perfect symmetry

Anthea Masey talks to interior designer Amanda Rosa

Take it Home: Mibo lampshades, Zella daybed, Scimitar tiles, Mufti leather cupboard

A hand-crafted cane daybed and retro lampshades: Madeleine Lim rounds up what's new in interiors

Something to declare: Birmingham Special

The column that gives the local picture

A new Tate, but is it modern?

Malcolm Quinn explores the meaning of the much misused 'm' word

How does an architect follow the Guggenheim?

His modern art museum in Bilbao brought him worldwide recognition. Now Frank Gehry plans a cancer day-care centre in Britain as a friend's memorial.

How does an architect follow the Guggenheim?

His modern art museum in Bilbao brought him worldwide recognition. Now Frank Gehry plans a cancer day-care centre in Britain as a friend's memorial.

Designs of the times

Rubber floors, sliding boxes on springs and chairs that change to suit the sitter: just some of the eye-catching exhibits at the 100% Design Show.

My Favourite Restaurant: James Dyson - Unpretentious food - by design

JAMES DYSON, the man whose bagless vacuum cleaner became a bestseller, names Blueprint Cafe as his favourite eatery - a fitting choice for an entrepreneurial designer.

Partners: Dick Powell and Richard Seymour

The two founders of the industrial design firm Seymour Powell met after completing art college. Their company now employs nearly 30 people and its clients include BMW and Casio. The pair are also broadcasters, having made the Channel 4 series `Designs on Your...'

Letter: Class ceilings

Sir: Your leader on social class (15 December) rather misses the point. Of course there are other sources of personal identity. However, the government social class scheme is concerned not with people's identities but with their life chances. In this sense class remains crucial.

Homer's Odyssey

Talk about the classics of modern furniture and you are talking about Knoll. Since the 1930s, the company has built a reputation by beating a path to the doors of the world's best architects and designers. Now they are pinning their faith on two young and unknown Britons and a desk trolley called Homer. Ann Treneman charts a journey that started in the Bauhaus
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Bread from heaven

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Robert Fisk in Abu Dhabi: The Emirates' out-of-sight migrant workers helping to build the dream projects of its rulers

Robert Fisk in Abu Dhabi

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Vince Cable interview: Charging fees for employment tribunals was 'a very bad move'

Vince Cable exclusive interview

Charging fees for employment tribunals was 'a very bad move'