Float, catwalk, kiss, screen, shag, wink, fizz and glam are all names of carpets in Milliken Carpet’s range, Oxygen, which launches in January. The company has collaborated with Gensler to
When Nonconform director Jon Barraclough and designer Mike Carney were handed a design job for a 2002 calendar for London’s Lambeth Orchestra, they probably thought they’d be setting formal poses
Birmingham consultancy Levells has rebranded. Nothing interesting there, and nothing interesting about the reasons why it has chosen its new name, B1. Reasons that are explained here, for the benefit
Design Week casts its eye over the events of 2001 to bring you the industry’s highs and lows
The Royal Institute of British Architects is considering paying its elected presidents an ‘average wage’ of £32 000 a year if it can square it with the Charity Commission. Should
Design Bridge has created the brand identity and packaging for Define, a haircare range by Norwegian personal care company Lilleborg, which launches on 1 January 2002.
In Design Week 13 December we wrote that Casson Mann’s design fee for the Manchester Gallery was £500 000 and for designing the gallery of Craft and Design £1m. That
Photographer Antony Crook’s year-long residency at Flux magazine has resulted in a series of images, animation, video art and graphics that explore the hopes and dreams of ordinary people. Continues
Anglo-German studio Thomas Manss & Company has designed a book, Ordnung & Eccentricity, published in February.
Consultancies working on the development of Airbus’ superjumbo A380 ‘should’ remain unaffected despite the threat of mass redundancies at Airbus UK. Airbus UK has said it might have to make
48 Fitzroy has created an identity for The New Jumbulance Travel Trust, unveiled on 15 December. A jumbulance is a mixture of a coach and ambulance to transport the severely
M&K Creative has redesigned the consumer and business-to-business brand identity for the New Designers Show, which takes place in July 2002. The awards have this year been consolidated into one