Japan’s airline talks identity

It is understood that Japan Air Lines (JAL) has been having management level talks for the last two months on reviewing its corporate identity. The identity was revamped in 1989

Manss handles German look

Oberhavel Holding was one of the many East German government-owned companies which found themselves competing with West German rivals after unification. But while many such organisations struggle just to make

Swell Decoration

The renaissance in furniture has finally hit the UK; a Philippe Starck chair now has as much kudos as an Armani suit, says Jessica Cargill-Thompson. And now that shops are


Sir Norman Foster will continue the Glasgow 1999 lecture series on 8 May at the Strathclyde Suite, Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow at 6.30pm. Foster will discuss recent projects, including the


Well played to 16-year-old James Everitt (right) from Huddersfield Technical College and Peter O’Brien (left), 23, from Leeds Metropolitan University, who both triumphed with their ideas for a waterproof clock


The Power of Erotic Design opens today at the Design Museum. The show deals with erotic twentieth century design and architecture. Until 12 October. Venue: Design Museum, Shad Thames, London

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