The Playable City development programme’s six creative winners have been revealed, with projects ranging from AI-dodging games and a “sci-fi-infused digital jungle”.
Vitra’s new HQ and a retail concept inspired by the Canary Wharf skyline feature in our favourite interior projects this month.
7UP has debuted a new look can with a 3D drop shadow design, supported by a “comedy-centric” tone of voice.
Design consultancy Harrison took on both the identity and interior design, showcasing traditional Japanese techniques.
Homa’s whole identity is underpinned by a grid structure, which also acts as a framing device for surreal digital environments created by Ragged Edge to serve gaming characters.
Backed by organisations such as the Royal Society of Arts, Design Council and Google, a revised curriculum led by Pearson sets its sights on tackling real-world issues.
Design and engineering consultancy Callum is challenging car manufacturers to rethink the materials they use for interiors.