17 March 2011

David Mitchell

Reading room

Multidisciplinary consultancy Designers Front has designed an immersive reading environment which has appeared in Spitalfields Market in time for the paper-back launch of David Mitchell’s The Thousand Autumn’s of Jacob de Zoet, published today. Designers Front has worked with Sam Hill Design and Jail Make to realise the project which sees eighteenth century Japan imagined […]

Cada cooks up marketing flavour of Roast

Cada has created a retail marketing campaign for Roast, the British food specialist outlet, which will pilot at the Westfield London site. Cada has worked with Roast for more than a year, having created the entire concept for the Westfield outlet, including interior design, retail graphics and packaging. It has also designed a kiosk for […]


British Music seeks to woo SXSW with Lethal campaign

Lethal has developed a campaign for British Music at the South by Southwest music industry festival in Texas. British Music, a trade partnership that includes UK Trade & Industry, BPI and Performing Rights Society for Music, looks to showcase UK acts. Its activity at SXSW will be focused through the British Music Embassy (pictured), a […]

Radford Wallis engages brain to create charity’s identity

Radford Wallis has rebranded brain disorder charity The National Hospital Development Foundation as The National Brain Appeal. The charity raises money for projects at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London, which is a world leader in research and treatment of brain disorders such as multiple sclerosis and epilepsy. Radford Wallis was appointed […]

Virgin Atlantic lounge at Narita

Lounge wizards

High-end airport lounges offer international travellers a haven where they can escape from the stresses of air travel. Tom Banks looks at some of the latest developments and considers the future of lounge design

David Constantine

RSA initiative tackles issueof Design & Rehabilitation

The Royal Society of Arts is developing its Design & Rehabilitation initiative following a workshop which attempted to educate people with spinal cord injuries in design principles to increase their resourcefulness and self-reliance. The project stems directly from RSA director of design Emily Campbell’s 2009 Design & Society manifesto (DW 23 July 2009), which proposed […]

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