11 February 2010

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Applied Information Group has completed its branding for Trans Link

Applied Information Group has completed its branding and wayfinding brief for Vancouver’s transport system Trans Link. The signs, maps and network diagrams are being rolled out across the bus and train network, in time for the Winter Olympics, which the city is hosting this year. Trans Link is expecting user capacity to double across Greater […]

Jon Davies launches new consultancy

Former Holmes & Marchant managing director Jon Davies is launching new consultancy Butterfly Cannon. Davies left the Media Square group in November 2009 after 14 years, and was replaced by John Mathers. He says his new group will focus on the fmcg packaging sector, adding that the consultancy ’will give its design creativity purpose, auditing […]

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Marc Newson has created Black Box

Marc Newson has created Black Box, a travel-friendly case for champagne brand the House of Dom Pérignon. This is the fourth collaboration between Newson and Dom Pérignon – the two have been working together for the past five years. Black Box will be sold at Harvey Nichols in London.

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The Priory repositions with Design House integrated push

Design House has created an integrated campaign for mental health care group The Priory Group, challenging the misconception that the organisation is just for celebrities. The Priory, which was established in 1980, is an independent supplier of mental health care. It operates more than 50 hospitals, schools and care homes across the UK. It frequently […]

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New hotel in Southwold to hold pitch for interiors brief

A new 30-room, luxury hotel located at the shoreward end of Southwold Pier in Suffolk plans to hold a pitch to find an interior design consultancy in 2011. Designed by Chelmsford-based architect Barefoot & Gilles, Southwold Pier Hotel’s exterior is inspired by the Art Deco movement. The bedrooms will be designed to appeal to families, […]

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999 Design has designed the British Council’s annual British Films Catalogue

999 Design has designed the British Council’s annual British Films Catalogue, which lists British films made in the past year. The council appointed the rostered consultancy last October, following a three-way pitch against two of its other preferred design suppliers. The catalogue will be used to promote British films at festivals across the world.

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