There’s an array of talks and seminars to choose from at London Design Festival 2015, so we’ve narrowed it down to help you choose which key hours of insight to attend.
A fortnightly round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
Ahead of PriestmanGoode’s retrospective London Design Festival show The Origins of Tomorrow we caught up with consultancy co-founder Paul Priestman to learn about landmark projects in the evolution of the group which began as an industrial design and product consultancy before developing expertise in transport and travel solutions.
The new identity revives the Great Western Railway name, which was previously used in the era of Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
Moving Brands has rebranded the telecoms giant as Eir, bringing in a new logo, typeface and brand system.
The stamps, illustrated by Geoff Appleton, aim to “show off the raw energy of rugby union”.
With such a wonderfully diverse selection of exhibitions on offer at London Design Festival 2015, it’ll be tricky to pick which ones to visit – here, we’ve provided a handy guide to help you decide.
The new look, by Taxi Studio, uses a refined hop leaf to bring together the portfolio and help consumers better navigate the range as Carlsberg sets its sights on the premium market.
The Design Business Association says its new findings show that the design industry is “essentially working for free on a Friday”.
New look inspired by imported glass which “changed from clear to blue” when installed in Boston windows during the 1920s.
New research from the Design Council also shows that 5% of the total UK workforce is employed in design.
The full shortlist for this year’s Design Week Awards has been announced. The winners will be named at this year’s awards ceremony on 25 November.