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.
Vistors to the reopened design museum will be given an interactive “pen” to record and share their favourite exhibits.
The consultancy has recreated the interiors to make it more comfortable for use at festivals and other outdoor events.
A brand story imagines a cafe set up in 1920s Bombay by an Iranian settler.
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.