Enodo Economics branding, by Interabang

Interabang has designed the branding for economic analytics company Enodo Economics. The design studio also named the company, with Enodo deriving from the Latin word for “make clear, untangle and explain”. This was used as a metaphor in the logo motif itself, the studio says, which is an “unravelling double ‘e’” shape. A colour palette […]


Hand cast concrete letters and numbers, by An Artful Life

An Artful Life has created these hand-cast letters and numbers, which are now being sold in the Barbican gallery and the National Centre for Craft and Design. Each letter comes packaged in a matchbox and the entire product has been conceived and designed by An Artful Life’s interior architect Kate Whitfield, who says she was […]

Holy Smoke,textile dog sculpture,£400,Wyn Griffths

Handmade at Kew, by various

Handmade in Britain is putting on a Handmade at Kew event, which will see more than 150 international makers and galleries showcase their ceramics, glass, furniture, textiles, metalwork and jewellery. The event is set among the Decimus Burton-designed glasshouses at Kew and is billed as an opportunity to buy or commission work directly from craftspeople. […]


Alto restaurant interiors, by Tom Dixon Design Research Studio

Tom Dixon Design Research Studio (DRS) has designed the interiors for Alto, a new grill restaurant in Hong Kong. The restaurant is the studio’s first project in Asia, and has used the concept of the four elements – earth, air, fire and water – throughout. Fire is conveyed through the use of 230 gold mini […]


Rawligion branding and interiors, by Mystery

Design studio Mystery has created the branding and interiors for a new health-food restaurant in London. Rawligion is a “plant-based café”, which uses organic, locally-sourced fruit, vegetables, seeds, herbs and spices to make lunch dishes, juices and smoothies, desserts and snacks. The design concept for the interiors has been inspired by the Apple store and […]


Lacoste store concept, by DesignLSM

DesignLSM has created a new interior design concept for clothing brand Lacoste. The studio has redesigned the Lacoste store in the Trafford Centre, Manchester, but the concept will be rolling out across all UK stores. The new “streamlined” store design hopes to make the brand’s “colourful garments and products centre stage”, says DesignLSM. Curved walls […]


Sweetdram liquer workshop, by SODA

Sweetdram is a UK distillery, which until now had been developing its recipes at a distillery in France. This new distillery has been designed by SODA and occupies a former print works in East London. Sweetdram’s signature drink is Escubac and its bottle’s label can be found in the broken down geometrical shapes of the door […]


Béatrice et Bénédict theatre set, by Barbara de Limburg

Barbara de Limburg has designed the set for Béatrice et Bénédict, an opera dating back to 1862, with new look costumes and a grey-on-grey colour scheme. Messina, where the opera is set, is a toy-town of boxes that allow characters to pop in and out of flaps in the sides. While Béatrice and Bénédict gradually […]


The A-Z of typographic terms, by Fontsmith

Fontsmith has created an infographic listing of an A-Z glossary of typography jargon. Using a green and grey colour scheme and the type foundry’s new typeface, FS Aldrin, the infographic lists almost 80 typography related terms and explanations, including ink trap and kerning. “As type designers we can get immersed in an insular typographical bubble […]


Nike ping pong bats, by The Art of Ping Pong and Toby Melville Brown

The Art of Ping Pong in partnership with Toby Melville Brown is creating exclusive bats for the launch of NikeCourt x Roger Federer. This art installation uses the unique medium of ping pong bats as a canvas. Each bat’s artwork will tell a story from Roger Federer’s career and interests. Sixty unique bats will be on […]


Ipanema sandal design, by Phillippe Starck

Ipanema shoe company has teamed up with Phillippe Starck to produce a range of sandals that exemplify the designer’s emphasis on creating organic and minimal designs. The shoes are made from 30% recycled materials and are 100% recyclable. Starck has focused on a minimalistic design with bright colours and unique straps. The collection spans four distinct […]


Authentic Ordnance Survey maps, by Chris Wesson and Charley Glynn

Cartographer Chris Wesson has redrawn a map of London, using elements from the original Ordnance Survey map taken from 1801. He has used similar typefaces, terminology, titles and scale bars to the authentic map, but has also added in new features, such as the Emirates Air Line cable car that crosses the Thames. Wesson also […]

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