Royal Air Force Museum’s new permanent exhibition, looking at air power in the First World War.
The Ivy Market Grill is intended to be an “informal and sophisticated alternative” to its sister venue.
Checkland Kindleysides has created the new Hunter’s flagship store on London’s Regent Street, taking inspiration from the British countryside.
Mercedes has created a design for what it suggests might be the car “interior of the future”.
The BAT Studios designs aim to use “colour and repetition to create surfaces with texture and depth that references sweetshops and pharmacies”.
The new e320 trains are set to go into service next year.
Tom Dixon’s interior design arm Design Research Studio has created a new “palatial” sandwich bar at Harrods in London.
Original Unverpackt (Original Unpacked) is a new store in Berlin that aims to dispense with all unnecessary packaging.
The redesign has been led by Julian Harrap and Metaphor architects, working with conservation consultancy Crick Smith.
Studio Tord Boontje has created a series of window designs for Barts hospital in London in a commission for the hospital’s arts organisation Vital Arts.
The exhibition celebrates its 50th year with a design concept by Gabrielle Underwood and A Plus B.
Hitachi Retail Europe train destined for Scotland features cantilevered seating and a QR-code system for reserving seats while you’re sitting in them.
Fast-food restaurant chain KFC is launching a radical new design concept, which it says represents “the future of interior design for KFC”.
The collaborative project has seen Harry Pearce and Naresh Ramchandani work on branding and William Russell on interiors.
Design LSM has worked on interiors, which include ceiling hung benches and uplighting embedded in a trough surround.