At London Design Festival this year it’s all change for the big trade shows with new venues and new formats. Meanwhile details are starting to emerge about new content.
An independent report says a refurbishment of the Houses of Parliament could cost £5.7 billion and take more than 30 years to complete.
A bi-weekly round-up of appointments and opportunities in the design world.
Music store HMV has launched a new online shop, allowing customers to buy physical music products and take advantage of in-store discounts.
We look at key case studies from the Design Council’s research into design in the manufacturing sector.
After launching its first model in 2013, Fairphone has worked with Seymourpowell to create a new phone that aims to be long-lasting, sustainable and use conflict-free materials.
A two-stage design competition has been launched, which will award a design team with a £4 million contract to link the 13th Century castle with the mainland via a new bridge.
Construct has redesigned the jewellers with the aim of making it more contemporary while keeping the heritage of the brand.
Consultancy Bulletproof has rebranded Original Source, with the aim of “combatting copycat designs”.
SpaceX has called on designers to submit ideas for passenger modules which can travel through a low-pressure high speed transport system at subsonic speeds.
According to a senior executive at the company, Dyson plans to expand its portfolio of products every year.
Silk Pearce and Webb & Webb have designed a set of ten stamps which depict key battle moments in Waterloo through 19th Century paintings and original paintings.