As the Map and Made by Many-designed Hackaball hits its funding target we speak to Map project office director Jon Marshall about coding, creative play and learning.
The Bauhaus-Archiv/Museum für Gestaltung in Berlin is set to reopen in 2019 with a new design to mark the 100th anniversary of the foundation of the Bauhaus.
Diageo has voluntarily offered to add nutritional information on “Serving Facts” labels which show “Amount Per Serving” measurements.
We talk to Random House art director Robin Schiff about designing the US cover for Jill Alexander Essbaum’s Hausfrau: A Novel, which went through 100 different versions and was worked
The name and identity for the organisation aims to “promote the connectivity that magazines can bring”, according to d.studio.
Google, Tag Heuer and Intel say they are aiming to create a watch that will be “both luxurious and seamlessly connected to its user’s daily life”. The watch will be
Wolff Olins has worked on the new visual elements and brand strategy for the phone company, which looks to humanise the brand. The global rollout excludes the UK, where the Orange
The Government-backed urban innovation centre features an interior concept by Eight Inc and a series of interactives by Kin, which have been designed to show visitors how the Catapult is
Westminster City Council has approved proposals that will see architect Stanton Williams add new entrances to the ROH and open up its ground-floor foyer.
The shopping centre, which opened in 1990, is set to undergo an extensive interiors overhaul – including new wayfinding, furniture and lighting – led by architect BDP.
Michael Bierut told us how hard he finds it to design for other designers. We asked some more designers who their trickiest customers are.
Form has created a new identity for London recording studio Abbey Road, which takes its inspiration from the cover of the Beatles’ Abbey Road LP. Form partners Paula Benson and