Carter Wong and Partners has worked on the structure and graphics for the first British exhibition of Pakistani textiles, Colours of the Indus. Textiles from the show, which runs until the end of March at the Victoria and Albert Museum, were used on exhibition and publicity material, including the invitation (detail shown). Meanwhile, architect Austin-Smith Lord has completed the interiors of the V&A’s new Centre for the Research and Conservation of Art.
The 36-year-old cultural event has a new, reversible campaign identity for this year, which features comic strips that tell different tales depending on which way they are read.
The new events space by Mary Duggan Architects can be adapted with translucent curtains that sweep across the room to mark out different areas.
A London-based group of artists, designers and architects hosts workshops in King’s Cross every month that look to engage the young, local community, teach them new skills and help them
Alice Darbyshire, a mother and former HR professional at studios such as Landor, BrandOpus and Start, shares her advice for design leaders on how they can support those who have