As part of our 2014 Design Week Top 100 coverage, we look at the key business trends that will affect different design sectors.
As pop-up spaces become increasingly popular and more sophisticated, we look at how brands can best take advantage of them.
Brandworkz chief executive Jens Lundgaard looks at what might be the right branding strategy for an ailing retailer.
Christopher Jenner has designed a new ticket hall for Eurostar at London’s St Pancras influenced by Art Nouveau and Victorian Gothic.
Apple has secured a ruling to allow it to register its store layouts as a trademark across the European Union.
Lumsden Design has created a new bookshope in a 3.2m-deep space in the Great Court’s Reading Room.
Fitch teams up with digital partner Ampersand to open a French office for the first time in its 42-year history.
‘Bricks and mortar book search’ has been designed for Foyles’ new London flagship store.
The roll-out will see a new identity used across the YBS brands.
‘There are simply too many global brands now for traditional pitches in London to absorb them’, says new report.
The project will see the launch of a new accessories space and the redevelopment of the store’s Duke Street entrance.