News in Pictures

1 The Will Alsop-designed Creative Prison concept will be unveiled at an exhibition in All Saints Hospital in Birmingham on 8 June. The project is intended to encourage debate on the future design of prisons and the process of rehabilitation. It is a coll

The Will Alsop-designed Creative Prison concept will be unveiled at an exhibition in All Saints Hospital in Birmingham on 8 June. The project is intended to encourage debate on the future design of prisons and the process of rehabilitation. It is a collaboration between SMC Alsop, Rideout (Creative Arts For Rehabilitation) and Wates Construction.

Diesel has opened its latest flagship store in New Bond Street in London. The 550m2, two-floor shop is designed by the Diesel interior design team and uses stone floors, vintage furniture and curved glass.

Arthur Steen Horne Adamson has shot the forthcoming campaign called Step Up to promote the Global Angels ‘Feed a child for a year’ project. ASHA has created the brand campaign featuring a 3.6m graffiti stencil depicting an impression of an angel and a wooden soap box. It launches on 12 May.

Italian design studio AntiDiva has created a one-piece sofa structure, which is exclusive to Arenson. It will showcase at Design Prima taking place from 16 to 18 May at the Old Billingsgate building in East London.

Also showing at Design Prima will be Staverton’s refined office furniture range. Tony Cole and his team of designers have developed the collection.

Steve Rowland has designed the sleeve of the single You’re Not Supposed To, by Field Music. The track is released by Memphis Industries.

Davies Leslie-Smith has redesigned the packaging for the Superdrug Travel Accessories range. Each pack in the 16-strong range features aeroplane windows showing different views for different products.

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