2 November 1995

Redland yes to buyout

Building specialist Redland has approved the management buyout of its graphic design arm, headed up by design manager Chris Hamilton. Four of the existing 13-strong design arm put together the

Jumping Jasper

Can a sofa designer create a tram? Tableware? A corporate identity? Jasper Morrison thinks so and, as if to prove it, he’s currently working on all these projects. The next

CONTINUING

Four Sumatran Villages and a Student – Exhibition of drawings and photographs by Tim Bradley, a recent graduate of Manchester University, from his trip to Sumatra.

Edinburgh builds on centre foundations

Edinburgh’s plans to create a 10m Architecture and Design Centre for the city are shaping up. Last week a Norwegian architect won a competition for the centre’s design. Edinburgh City

OPENING

Doors of Perception Monday 6 November – Conference looking at issues relating to design and information technology and their relationship to improving the environment, focusing on the material changes needed

CPB research backs packs

CPB research backs packsShoppers are unaware that packaging design is a marketing tool being deployed at them, suggests new research by Coley Porter Bell. Consumers in the study say they

CBS has ‘wasted’ 3m

The Government’s failed Consultancy Brokerage Service has been condemned as a huge waste of money after the Department of Trade and Industry revealed it cost nearly 3m to set up.

New world records site may use UK designers

The owner of the Guinness World of Records Exhibition is planning a new 4m replacement exhibition following its decision to close the current museum at London’s Trocadero Centre. Ripley Entertainment,

Morrison sets trams on line

Germany’s Hanover transport authority stra is gearing up for the city’s Expo 2000 with plans to boost its fleet of trams. Jasper Morrison is working on designs for new additions

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