The art of the coronation: how iconography of the ceremony has evolved over the centuries
From illuminated manuscripts to theatrically staged photography, the codified image of a crowned monarch has told the story of a rite that mixes religious and pre-Christian practices
No to Modernism, yes to arts and crafts: a look at the creative tastes of King Charles III
The monarch's gardens at Highgrove are the purest example of his late-Victorian-inspired vision
Queen Elizabeth II: what really appealed to the Lowry-buying monarch who once said 'I have no taste'?
Over 70 years on the throne, the British sovereign delegated matters of aesthetics either to her late husband or to her son and heir, Charles
Remembering Terence Conran: a design maestro who rose alongside groovy London in the Swinging Sixties
From Habitat to the Design Museum, from the Soup Kitchen to Quaglino’s, he transformed Britain’s cultural landscape