A round-up of this week’s news in brief.
PriestmanGoode has designed new interiors for Embraer’s fleet of E2 Commercial Jets.
Eno is working with designers to redesign the A&E department of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital to improve patient experience.
Christopher Jenner has designed a new ticket hall for Eurostar at London’s St Pancras influenced by Art Nouveau and Victorian Gothic.
Foster + Partners has has led a major reconfiguration of the museum while Casson Mann has created new interpretation designs.
Apple has secured a ruling to allow it to register its store layouts as a trademark across the European Union.
Paul Taylor, executive creative director at BrandOpus, talks about the importance of designing creative workspace.
Images of the Design Museum’s new Kensington home have been released.
We look at the fruits of a four-year Herman Miller study into the office of the future.
The space looks to bring the Fuller Brewery heritage to the modern Termial 2 setting.
Cinimod Studio has created two new lighting installations for the newly reopened Heathrow Terminal 2.
Creative startegy developed for Technology Strategy Board’s TSC project to deliver message of Intelligent Mobility.
The communal fine dining concept has also been inspired by medieval banqueting halls.
Fitch teams up with digital partner Ampersand to open a French office for the first time in its 42-year history.
Scandinavian Airlines is also redesigning the cabin interiors and other seat classes for its long-haul aircraft.