We at Design Week have an eye for the aesthetically pleasing, so we were dead chuffed to receive a neon-yellow, plastic bracelet ‘designed’ by Tom Dixon. The object was created at the Domus Design Factory in Milan from an extrusion plastic machine. This churns out spaghetti-like plastic strips which are moulded into various ‘objets d’art’. Not content with one piece, we commissioned another from the technicians on the machine, which was so hot off the press it left scars on the skin. Brace yourselves for the diffusion range.
As we approach the most wonderful time of the year, we ask creative directors what gift someone should buy a designer for Christmas.
The digital design consultancy has appointed a new head, who will oversee its six global offices and lead on growing the business in size and helping it make more money.
Send us photos of your offices decorated for Christmas, and we’ll be publishing a selection of the best ones next week.
A report on the potential impact of plain food and drink packaging, Pantone’s purple hued colour of the year and Mini’s new, monochrome logo – the news from the last