The European relaunches its magazine this week. The European Magazine is designed by The European’s in-house designers led by design director David Wadmore, with Dave Farey of Housestyle Graphics contributing the masthead.
Cadbury Schweppes declines to comment on speculation that the UK company may be looking to change its name in light of its takeover of Dr Pepper/Seven Up.
Copeland Borough Council has appointed Brennan & Whalley to a Ãº1m scheme for Whitehaven tourist attraction The Beacon Discovery Centre.
London group Mtier’s design for the cover of Estates Gazette has won the property journal’s front cover award for 1994 after a readers’ poll.
Michael Hopkins & Partners has won a six-way competition for the Ãº15m redesign of Manchester City Art Gallery.
International Automotive Design has announced the death last month of IAD founder John Shute at the age of 54.
Independent consultant Jan Watson is the designer of a new identity for a major firm of notaries. Previously known as De Pinna, Scorers & John Venn, the firm is now De Pinna Notaries.
Planning application is being sought for a Ãº180m modernisation of Birmingham’s Bull Ring shopping centre and office building by architect Chapman Taylor Partners.
We remind you to fill out the Top 100 form printed in last week’s issue (DW 27 January). All entrants will feature in the listings to be published in Design Week in early April.