Terence is stepping down as chairman of Conran Holdings.
The university has removed a £100 entry fee it had placed on a tender for a graphic design framework, following pressure from designers.
Heathrow airport’s Terminal 2 is being redesigned by Spanish architect Luis Vidal + Architects.
Branding expert Clifton is former chairman of Interbrand London.
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Bright White has designed The Battle of Bannockburn visitor centre based around a 30-player 3D battle game simulation.
World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre comprises new exhibition gallery which will host Vikings: Life and Legend.
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A round-up of this week’s news in brief.
A new Government-backed payments service is launching which aims to put an end to cash-flow problems for small businesses, including design consultancies.
Corke Wallis has created a new look for Web of Things – an online community for developers.
Dutch homeware brand Brabantia is launching new branding and packaging.
Financial and professional services firm Jones Lang LaSalle has rebranded as JLL.
The rebrand, developed by JKR, is part of a £60 million relaunch.
Studio MB has designed a visitor experience telling the story of the King, whose remains were discovered in a Leicester car park.
Real Studios is working on a permanent exhibition at Shakespeare’s Birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Reebok has launched a new brand mark, Reebok Delta – aiming to reflect the brand’s new ‘singular focus on fitness’.
Heatherwick hopes that whoever works on it will not take ‘the industrial option’ and will instead design a Tube with ’character and warmth and ambitiousness’.
Mystery has created the branding and interiors for Dub Jam – a new jerk barbecue and rum shack in London’s Covent Garden.
Ergo has designed new branding and packaging for Soft & Gentle deodorant, aiming to ‘bring the romance back’.