Phaidon Press is launching a three-volume set of books, Design Classics, presenting 999 industrially manufactured products ranging from cars to furniture. The anthology, which charts the processes of design and
The Home Office has appointed 35 Communications to create the brand strategy and visual identity for the launch of the alternative emergency services telephone number – 101.
Spanish fashion chain Zara will open its first UK home furnishings flagship store, Zara Home, just a stone’s throw away from Habitat’s soon-to-launch Regent Street shop. Zara Home will be
On the topic of client-specific account teams (Vox Pop, DW 6 April), I’d like to think that, while people are loyal to their clients, they are primarily loyal to the
Interbrand incoming chief executive John Allert has spoken for the first time about how he will run the London office, saying his leadership will be ‘stylistically very different, but philosophically
The ‘open access’ train operator Hull Trains shows how smaller businesses can succeed, with resolve and a simple, solid idea, says Hugh Pearman Say what you like about railway privatisation,
France Telecom is secretly putting the finishing touches to an innovation centre, to be based in Paris, and is understood to have selected British designer Clive Grinyer to spearhead its
The Team has designed an anniversary logo for Arts Council England to celebrate the organisation’s 60th year. It will be used throughout 2006 on all council materials. To save costs,
Furniture and lamp designer Inga Sempé’s fascination with technical details gives her work an idiosyncratic touch. Despite international success, she still has a passion for Paris, says Natasha Edwards Tiny
I recently submitted two entries from my consultancy to the 2006 Design Week Awards, and I’ve just received the Design Week Awards book, which has incensed me on a number
London College of Communication student Pansy Aung has won the inaugural London Graphic Student Award for her illustrative guide to the capital’s congestion charge.