The crafting of creative ideas, rather than things, is the subject of an exhibition at the London Design Festival. Kate Kilalea describes an innovative approach to an often overlooked part
Likened to 3D printing, rapid manufacturing and rapid prototyping technologies are changing the way designers make things. It’s a paradigm shift that will alter almost everything we know about the
When CDT Design put its services at the disposal of a charity dealing with victims of torture and trafficking, it found that simplicity and directness was the best way to
Loewy has secured £4m of additional venture capital to fund further acquisitions. The funding announcement comes just days after Loewy’s acquisition of product design consultancy Seymour Powell (DW 13 September).
The BBC’s global news division has announced plans to create a new roster of digital marketing consultancies for its international digital communications. The division, led by director Richard Sambrooke, incorporates
The first details have emerged about what opportunities the Cultural Olympiad – a four-year cultural festival that will accompany the 2012 London Olympics – will offer the design industry. The
Italian lingerie chain Tezenis is to open its first UK store, at London’s Oxford Circus, tomorrow (Friday), with interiors by its in-house design team. The 350m2 store, which will open
During a visit to Switzerland, I ended up in an extraordinary exhibition in Zurich, entitled ‘A glimpse of the works of the Shagal’. I’ve seen many exhibitions in the UK,
The Anglepoise lamp, like Hoover, has entered the common lexicon as a descriptor. It’s a word that immediately evokes a mental image – with its angular frame and cranium-like shade
If your group boasts a variety of disciplines there needs to be synergy between them to give clients an integrated solution, says Sara Wilkins
Scenic artist Hilary Vernon-Smith has just won a Young Vic Award for her work at the National Theatre. Nick Smurthwaite asks her about painting stage-wide canvases and encouraging a younger
During a visit to Switzerland, I ended up in an extraordinary exhibition in Zurich, entitled ‘A glimpse of the works of the Shagal’.