The terms of the settlement are confidential, but Hoefler and Frere-Jones say their dispute over ownership of the Hoefler & Frere-Jones type foundry has now been “resolved”.
The London graphics gallery faces closure and has launched a Kickstarter appeal to relaunch as a new space.
Penny for london will allow passengers to donate money to charitable causes when they make a contactless payment.
Design LSM has worked on interiors, which include ceiling hung benches and uplighting embedded in a trough surround.
This week’s biggest design stories.
The Barbican is introducing a new online tool that lets people search through its programme based on how they feel.
Enso looked at new ways of engaging the architect’s audience, including “the Woodpecker” drawing device.
The identity has been created by Portuguese consultancy Brandia Central.
A first look inside the Design Museum’s latest show, which profiles 25 women who use fashion “to define and enhance their positions in the world”.
The new look aims to reach “a new generation of tea lovers”.
Dr Rathna Ramanathan – currently at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design – is set to take up the new RCA role.
Bookshop (featuring secret passage) designed in the spirit of the building’s original architectural style – by Denys Lasdun.
Celtic motifs and modern detailings are brought together as Aer Lingus prepares to enter “a new era”.
Health-tracking company Fitbit has followed tech giants Apple and Samsung into the smartwatch market.
New website designed to help BAFTA better communicate with its audiences.
BIMA and TIGA are calling for an SME Training Tax relief scheme in the creative industries.
Nisa’s heritage range was relaunched in June with a new look created by Equator Design.
Photographs from the Information Age Gallery, which has been designed by Universal Design Studio.
Google is launching new email app Inbox, which it says is “designed to focus on what matters”.
Ideas Factory has rebranded London estate agent Aspire using triangular symbols, which are borrowed from the A of Aspire.