A fortnightly round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
MET Studio Design and Kossmann.Dejong are working on permanent exhibitions at the museum’s London, Hendon site, which is being re-landscaped.
The Partners has designed a clothing label for the charity that shows people what to do in the event of someone having a heart attack.
The Allotment has designed the branding for a new London-based fundraising initiative Give London, which will raise money for local, “unknown” charities.
Design teams are working on a major Ove Arup exhibition, a generative outdoor installation being built by robots and other events.
The airline is planning to use hydrogen fuel cells to power its planes while they taxi on the ground.
Initiative Techfugees is raising awareness of the power technology can have in helping refugees find both basic resources and opportunities for increased quality of life.
A raft of designers has worked on the Postal Museum, which when open next year will allow visitors to ride the underground Mail Rail.
Emily Penny, of Colourful Brand Strategy, looks at different definitions of the words “brand” and “branding” and asks if the industry can come to a consensus.
The deal will see 999 Design continue to operate under its existing name and is part of a growth drive from digital marketing group Equator.
New branding designed by Made Thought avoids luxury and instead looks to cultural and creative brands for inspiration.
The DBA’s John Scarrott sets out a strategy for building meaningful relationships with new and existing clients.