The DBA’s John Scarrott looks at how designers can take control of free-pitching and kick it out for good.
Dalziel and Pow has designed a new London flagship store for Timberland, which aims to cement the brand’s position as an ‘outdoor lifestyle label’.
The design is based on concepts by Sid Lee and applied by INK Associates, Eyelevel Layout Planning and RPA group architects.
RBS branches in Scotland are being rebadged with the Royal Bank of Scotland brand and interiors that reference the Scottish landscape.
We get the views of Scottish consultancies and those with major Scottish clients.
To mark the 150th anniversary of the opening of the first John Lewis store, the Design Museum his holding an exhibition of key products sold by the retailer.
Newly merged Dixons Carphone is launching with a joint identity.
Green Room has created new store interiors for sportswear retailer Pro Direct, aiming to ‘capture the dynamic feeling of walking into a physical realisation of their website.’
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.