German artist Lothar Goetz has compiled a palette of six colours, one of which will be used on feature walls in Newcastle’s Central Station.
A new ticket hall and entrance has opened at Tottenham Court Road Tube station in London.
22-year-old designer Steve Swanton has created a lamp that bridges aesthetics and treatment for those with the condition.
The Tesco-owned Nutricentre store concept has been created with interactive elements that cater for high- and low-knowledge customer groups.
The rooms feature artworks by emerging artists as well as “erotic” minibars.
London’s National Maritime Museum is seeking exhibition designers as it plans a £3.9 million refurbishment of its West Wing.
Consultancy M Worldwide has designed tailored store layouts and product ranges for three new stores in Surrey, Gateshead and Milton Keynes.
Consultancy Richmond has created all the interior designs for the 141,000-ton P&O cruise ship Britannia, which is set to launch from Southampton in March.
In the second part of our series of design industry predictions for 2015, leading industry figures tell us what they think will happen in retail, packaging, furniture, exhibition and editorial design.
Three groups of students from the Royal College of Art have won a competition to transform the tunnel leading from South Kensington tube station into a design space.
Rockwell Group is working alongside Wilkinson Eyre Architects on a series of interior spaces at Battersea Power Station which is being redeveloped as a mixed-use site.
Double Standards has designed a guidance system which orientates visitors and combines exhibition and exhibit information in a four-colour gradient solution.
Paramount London Entertainment Resort will feature rides based on Hollywood blockbusters and BBC programmes.
The “naturally robust and earthy red” will emenate “a sophisticated natural earthiness” according to Pantone.
Figures from Falmouth University and the Centre for Economics and Business Research show that design was worth £3.4 billion in 2012.