15 April 2010

Quiet zone

Sony’s collaboration with Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby for the Milan furniture fair opens today. Inspired by Sony’s new design concept ‘monolithic design’ – a minimalist style that uses only

Venetian fancies

When you imagine the recycle aesthetic of Brazil’s Campana brothers, you wouldn’t naturally place them in a 19th-century, Rothschild-owned manor house in the Buckinghamshire countryside. But that’s where Humberto and

Marx to marques

As China’s economy continues to grow and its consumers become wealthier, indigenous companies are anxious to rival the global awareness of established Western marques. Sarah Woods looks at how businesses

Kanal 5

Screen aesthetics

Emphasis on typographic principles for online use is still lagging behind type in print, but as live Web fonts are becoming a reality, digital designers are increasingly addressing these issues

Adam D Tihany

Profile: Adam D Tihany

The work of this veteran restaurant designer can be sampled in major cities across the globe, and in 2010 he is returning to London to create venues for two Michelin-starred


Webb & Webb has created a new look for the Harry Potter books. What is your favourite children’s book, and why?

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