Design Solution has designed the identity and car park signage for Wellington Square, a retail development in Stockton-on-Tees, opening in April. Facilities/ directional signage follows in September.
Bomb has created an on-line gallery for Channel 4’s Year 1 competition, launched to raise the profile of British photography. Visitors to the site (www.channel 4.com/yr1) can post their photographs on-line and winners will be announced in July.
PSD Associates has designed Mitsubishi’s Trium Mondo, its first mobile phone, pocket PC with Internet and personal digital assistant rolled into one. Designed in collaboration with the Mitsubishi Paris in-house team, the 200g ‘Mondo’ launches in the UK at the end of March.
A robotics concept developed by Staffordshire University professor Mike Topping could give disabled people greater independence. The snake-like device, called Flexibot, can cook dinners, shave a person’s face and vacuum carpets.
Martin Dawe Design has named, branded and packaged tea brand The London Cuppa, which will launch in shops within the M25 next week. Founder Martin Dawe says the packaging has a black-and-white theme to give it ‘a London feel and stand out against the melee of multi-coloured packaging’.
A show displaying funeral artefacts, Dead, attempts to change our grim Victorian attitude to death and celebrate the passing of a life
Peter Gill & Associates has designed a £250 000 public visitor and education centre for the National Assembly for Wales in Cardiff Bay.
Enterprise IG is expanding its presence in the Far East with its first office in Bangkok, Thailand, as part of its commitment to global expansion. Headed by Sirikul Laukaikul, the office was originally Ogilvy & Mather Thailand design consultancy Artistree. It will be rebranded Enterprise IG as part of the Asia Pacific joint venture between […]
Mackintosh, manufacturer of traditional British outerwear, is opening its first standalone store and is expanding into furniture design and manufacture. The company is looking for a site for its flagship in London’s West End and plans to open the store by late winter/ early spring 2002. It will start approaching design consultancies by the summer […]
Montreal-based circus Cirque de Soleil has shortlisted five consultancies for a second-round pitch. No one at Cirque de Soleil was available for comment as Design Week went to press.
The Workroom has won the task of revamping the Scout Association’s sub brands following its relaunch of the main brand identity in January. The consultancy was appointed to modernise and reposition the 144-year-old association’s identity in January 2000, following a four-way credentials presentation, for a fee of £40 000. The new look, the first update […]
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