16 September 2004

Fight design’s corner

The Creative Industries Forum on intellectual property will need tangible aims and the design industry must have a strong voice for it to make a difference

Barber Osgerby wins Jerwood Prize

Barber Osgerby has won the Jerwood Applied Arts Prize 2004, with founders Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby (pictured left and right, respectively) receiving £15 000 at Monday evening’s ceremony, held

Universal approach by Selfridges Manchester

Universal Design Studio has overhauled the youth-oriented Spirit floor at Selfridges’ Exchange Square store in Manchester. The 2044m2 space, which was unveiled on Saturday, takes its cues from nightclub design

100% Guaranteed

Design UK Selection 2004, curated by Max Fraser, features 150 items by British design talents such as Ilse Crawford and Pureform (Tri stool pictured). Alongside the exhibition are three smaller

Six shortlisted for Stirling Prize

Six buildings, including Manchester’s Imperial War Museum North and The Spire in Dublin, have been shortlisted for the £20 000 Stirling Prize. Two buildings by Foster and Partners made it

Degree Shows

Graduates from London’s Camberwell College of Arts, Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London College of Communication and London College of Fashion

WPP secures Grey Global merger

WPP has secured a £780m merger with Grey Global. The deal puts WPP neck-and-neck with US network Omnicom at the top of the league table of the world’s largest advertising

Labour of love

Communicate chronicles British graphic design since the 1960s. Oliver Bennett asks the stars of the show how their trade has changed over the years

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