The Design Week Furniture Futures competition for young designers has been won by Ineke Hans with her Johanna I stool. Commendations went to Michael Marriott for his Hi Honey I’m
Subject to shareholder approval, Burton Group will rename as Arcadia Group next January. The name was chosen in a public competition. Identity designers have not yet been selected.
Published by Harper Collins, Brand Warriors focuses on the nature of brands and brand building. It includes contributions from some of the most successful and high profile names in the
Rumba del Solar exhibits work by the photographer Cristina Piza, who has a great passion for Cuba and its people. The exhibition portrays the rituals and traditions of rumba music,
The report into the branding of Britain cites and then overlooks this country’s greatest strength. Janice Kirkpatrick says we should capitalise on our diversity.
The French government’s push to reduce the number of weekly working hours could have major repercussions for the country’s design groups. The government wants to reduce the hours employees work
Global Design Register has teamed up with an international merger and acquisitions specialist in a bid to capitalise on the buoyant design market. The deal puts GDR’s design industry knowledge
Elmwood and Din Associates have created Breathe, a new retail brand for telecommunications company Martin Dawes. – Breathe brings together new communications services and technologies at its pilot site in
In the world of advertising, image is everything. Nicky Churchill looks at M&C Saatchi’s new offices and Helen Jones appraises the design.
Jet-setting designer James Mansour of New York may live to regret his whistlestop lecture tour of the UK this week. Sponsored by Milliken Carpets, his itinerary features evening presentations on
Dubai Airport is expanding with a 340m second terminal and new concourse. The terminal’s duty-free area is being designed by Portland. The terminal is scheduled for completion next month and
Webmedia’s Internet design subsidiary for the music industry has closed down, following the parent company’s decision that the business was not profitable. The Music Network had nine staff, including managing