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Trellick range, by Tom Dixon

Design studio and teaching platform Goldfinger Factory has produced a new Tom Dixon range of products, Trellick. The range includes a tray, a stool, small and large plant pots, a bench and a table, alongside t-shirts and prints. The range is part of a crowdfunding campaign from Goldfinger Factory to raise £20,000, in order to […]

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Vitra pop-up office and lounge, by Vitra

Designer furniture company Vitra has turned a two-storey building in Shoreditch, London, into an office and lounge space, as part of London Design Festival. The space aims to be an area where people can “exchange ideas on how workspaces are evolving into the future”, says Vitra. The ground floor of the pop-up office includes the […]

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The Optic Cloak, by Conrad Shawcross

Artist Conrad Shawcross has created a new architectural installation in London, in collaboration with architectural practice CF Møller Architects. The Optic Cloak is 49 metres high by 20 metres wide, and is made of aluminium cladding with perforated, triangular panels. The Panels fold across the surface of the tower, which forms geometric patterns, to create […]

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Movi branding, by Branch

Studio Branch has created the visual identity for Movi, a new video app. Movi is a tech start-up based in Norway and California, and aims to be an “interactive mobile video experience”, says Branch, and enable people to “explore, create and share millions of moments daily”. The logo is “clean and minimal”, says the design […]

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The Coal Shed interiors, by DesignLSM

DesignLSM has redesigned the interiors and worked on the branding for The Coal Shed restaurant in Brighton. The consultancy used a grey gloss finish for the façade, complete with brass lettering and gold vinyl signage. The team also hunted down original drawings of Brighton’s Hippodrome and transformed them into blue prints for the restaurant interior.

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JFK Airport Terminal 4 branding, by Base Design

Base Design has created the branding for Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. The studio says they wanted to create a terminal “with human experience in mind”. It developed a custom typeface for the project, and based it on the concept of “4 all” – that the airport experience is […]

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Bespin Global branding, by Daylight Design

Daylight Design has created the brand identity for Korea-based cloud computing platform, Bespin Global. The branding is based around the concept of a “dynamically generated cloud symbol”. The process of data being transferred to the cloud is expressed visually by using a single dot and a bold, solid arrow.

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VertU Bar Santé interiors, by Issa Design

Canadian consultancy Issa Design has worked on the interiors for VertU Bar Santé in Montreal. The space is designed to represent “different aspects of nature, formally or informally”, according to Issa Design. In the centre of the space is a vertical indoor garden, where fresh herbs can be grown throughout the year.

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003 light bulb, by Plumen

Plumen has released a new version of its LED light bulb series. The 003 light bulb follows on from models 001 and 002, and features a gold element with a faceted surface pattern. The 003 launches this month, and will go on sale at Harrods from October, retailing at £150.

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New Vintage, by Philips Lighting

Philips Lighting has announced a new lighting range, called New Vintage. Drawing on the themes of retro and nostalgia, the range includes the Surrey pendant, featuring black and copper detail and a metallic finish. The range is available this month, with the Surrey pendants priced from £49.

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Herbarium book, by Caz Hildebrand

Cofounder and creative partner at Here, Caz Hildebrand has created an illustrated compendium of 100 herbs. Herbarium is designed to enrich our understanding of the “uses, cultural associations and pleasures of herbs”, according to Here. Herbarium is published by Thames & Hudson and is available to buy now.

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Danish Design Award, by Kontrapunkt

Kontrapunkt has created the new identity for the Danish Design Award, which it says reflects the high quality of the entrants through its look and feel. The consultancy says that the design also supports the overall message that “design makes a difference”. The final design is a typographic route called “Danish”, inspired by the early […]

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Jaywing creates branding for cultural initiative Hull 2017

Consultancy Jaywing has created the place branding for Hull 2017, the initiative marking the northern city’s status as UK City of Culture. The logo is an “H” shape constructed out of a series of geometric lines, used against a colourful palette of purple, green, yellow, blue and pink. Gavin Shore, creative director at Jaywing, says […]