As designers we are drawn to architecture and landscape and the structures within. For NBS, we created a multi-faceted visual language which drew its inspiration from the ever-changing landscape and urban environment, in colour and graphics, but also with structures and format. Just as a room, building or group of buildings play with the interaction between form, function, colour and material so should graphic design. For Interface, we cheated. Presented with an existing range of flooring, we looked for a connection that would inspire others. The unintentional patterns created by buildings, scaffolding and pavements brought the product to life.
A new exhibition at the theatre looks at the role scale models have to play in stage set design, picking out five productions from the last four decades as examples.
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The Design Museum’s annual Beazley DOTY awards and exhibition has announced its overall winner – an investigative digital project shedding light on injustice and war crimes – plus its six
“Individuality” and “playful” patterns and colours were key to the project, which includes designs for Graphcore’s intelligence processing units