It isn’t surprising that Michael Wolff took the title head of imagination at Fourth Room (see News, page 3). It’s an apt moniker for one of design’s more original thinkers,
Four IV Design Consultants has created a new designer shoe department for the Harvey Nichols store in Knightsbridge, which went live last week. The department uses beautiful carpets and dramatic
Design managers at airport operator BAA have undergone a round of musical chairs as part of a restructuring bid aimed at centralising design services within the company. “Across a lot
Well done, you’ve found another stick to beat us with. – We’ve carried out an inquisition here at Saffron Hill, but can’t find out who was guilty of referring the
On the subject of words, have you noticed how little sense there is in the rationale given by most design groups for their work? Having sat through many a presentation
Privatisation and a greater awareness of the commercial benefits of good branding were given as opportunities for UK designers in Portugal, following the Department for Trade and Industry’s seminar there
COBALT has started working on concession concepts for its dedicated watch store Watch2Watch, following approaches from six major department store chains wanting to include the format in their retail offer.
FLB has created the packaging for Action Meal, a chicken-based snack to be sold under the Sun Valley-owned Action Man brand. The meal targets 4-10-year-olds. Business Link London SW has
Cheeky underwear company Brass Monkeys believes it has hit the bullseye with its new packaging style, tapping into the ironic machismo that passes for wit among Loaded readers. The new
Coley porter bell appears to be re-entering the identity arena, as one of a three-strong shortlist for travel and financial services giant Thomas Cook’s rebranding. The company has also shortlisted
Danish designer and architect Verner Panton has died aged 72. Last September he designed an installation at Erco Lighting showroom in London with architect Pierre Botschi.
Zulver & Co uses photographs shot from unusual angles to help create the illusion that the musical instruments are at one with their players, in this new brochure for The