Ten years ago Carlos Virgile and Nigel Stone were household names in design. The interiors duo had shifted from Fitch, then a publicly quoted company headed by Rodney Fitch, to
Libeskind at the Soane; Do Create; Maison & Objet
Britvic Soft Drinks is about to appoint a consultancy to co-ordinate its youth media activities, after the end of its two-year relationship with Tribal DDB. Tribal provided a strategic overview
Tutssels has created a new range of anti-perspirants for Waitrose supermarkets, using black-and-white photography by freelance photographer Tim Platt, inspired by fashion editorials.
Broadcast specialist English&Pockett has unveiled stage one of a three-phase project, worth over £1m, to reposition Swedish public broadcaster Sveriges Television. The first phase is individual identities for channels SVT
Former Enterprise IG managing creative director Franco Bonadio has resurfaced, after some three months’ freelance, as creative director at C21, where he heads a team of four designers. The consultancy,
Richard MacCormac of MacCormac Pritchard & Jamieson, architect of the Science Museum’s Wellcome wing, was knighted in the New Year Honours list.
MSD, the world’s largest pharmaceuticals company, has appointed UK medical specialist Photosound Communications to create its range of international exhibitions in a deal worth several million pounds. Photosound, which was
Dyson is stepping up its marketing drive with its first exhibition and demonstration facility – Dyson Demo – designed with Wilkinson Eyre architects and based in Paris.
Inflate has found a way to use Britain’s adverse weather to its advantage. Working with Japanese company Idée to develop an earthquake-proof, flat-pack, portable blow-up shelter, Inflate realised the model
London consultancy Aboud-Sodano has designed Paul Smith’s new Spring/ Summer catalogue. Using the poolside as its setting, the glossy brochure reflects the kitsch, colourful nature of Smith’s latest male and
Reflex New Media has just unveiled Harvey Nichols’ first Web presence, backed by a five-year plan to manage the upmarket fashion retailer’s move on-line. The £300 000 design project, which