Bisset Adams is undertaking a £1.7m redesign of the Guildhall Library in London, the library’s first major refurbishment since it opened in 1974. The City of London Corporation, which owns
Finnish designer Klaus Haapaniemi has designed the Satumetsä range for Iittala. It will be available from Skandium at the end of April.
Your article ‘Downturn triggers debate over ways to cut staff costs’ (News in Depth, DW 29 January) made me both spit and smile.
I’m writing in response to Jim Dawton’s article in your Professional Development supplement (DW 26 February). I feel his piece effectively writes off product design practice, and proposing a new
I was surprised by the comments made by Ian Cochrane (‘Students urged to avoid design’, www. designweek.co.uk, 29 January), who is encouraging graduates to give up their ambitions to work
Professional punslinger Jim Davies celebrates those brands brave enough to take a risk on name wordplay, undercutting the pomposity of conventional positioning A strong showing at the Design Week Awards
Graphic Impressions has created the logo for the International Organization for Migration’s Return and Rebuild programme, which provides support for refugees returning to Afghanistan and Iraq. The logo is being
US calligrapher Brody Neuenschwander has created a new logo for organic beetroot juice Beet It. Neuenschwander, a Texan living in Bruges, Belgium, was appointed directly in February 2008 by Lawrence
There’s been an interesting shift in focus for UK design in recent years, from the local to the global. Most groups in, say, the Design Week Top 100 have dabbled
New designs French Bench by Chris Eckersley and Winter Flowers by Katy Holford will go on display as part of the Design Nation showcase at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show.
Former Established & Sons design director Mark Holmes will present the debut collection of deskware and tableware from his new brand Minimalux next month, during the Salone del Mobile in
Richard Ardagh has created a letterpress poster to mark the 150th anniversary of Wilton’s Music Hall, London E1, the world’s last surviving grand music hall. The poster, along with a