Here Design has created the branding for new London restaurant The Palomar, basing it on a ‘nostalgic, retro feeling’.
The new Italian restaurant is part of a £1 million refurbishment of the space.
Visitors will have the chance to walk the cobbles of the street and visit the Rover’s Return before Granada Studios is demolished.
Seymourpowell’s Mariel Brown and Karen Rosenkranz present their key pieces.
The new look for the east London pub is inspired by its history and its Broadway Market surroundings.
Consultancy Fourmation has created the branding and interiors for optician Kite, which aims to ‘shake up the industry, and flip the sterile to style.’
Javid replaces Maria Miller, who has stood down following an expenses row.
Art on the Underground is launching a pop-up shop at Piccadilly Circus, selling limited-edition prints from artists including Sarah Lucas and Wolfgang Tillmans.
Bridget Riley has created a 56m-long mural which takes over the walls in a corridor at St Mary’s Hospital, London.
New store opens in Beverly Hills with ‘haute couture’ meets ‘fantasy closet’ concept which is set to hit London in August.
Urban Salon has designed the V&A’s The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945-2014 exhibition, which opens to the public tomorrow.
The lounges have been designed in response to the growing demands of domestic and global travellers.
The cabin interiors reference everything from ‘sophisticated Thai hospitality’ to ‘Thai street markets’.