20 February 1997

Hatley gets an Olivier

Tim Hatley has won the best set design category of the Laurence Olivier Awards for his design for Stanley at London’s National Theatre. See Review, page 36.

Browns of York has a facelift

Landmark department store Browns of York has appointed John Herbert Partnership to redesign its corporate identity and interiors. There was no pitch as the consultancy was already in mind after

Swiss take away Thai

Interbrand Zintzmeyer & Lux in Switzerland is believed to be redesigning the identity for Thai Airways. The consultancy was unable to comment.

Online Magic Tragedy

OnLine Magic is mourning the loss of creative director Michael Martin, who died of a suspected heart attack on 9 February while attending the Milia multimedia show in Cannes. ‘His


A new boutique stocking Byblos, Armani and Moschino has opened in Montreal, Quebec. The interiors of François Côté Collection have been created by Jaime Bouzaglo, the Spanish-born interior, graphic and

Hook up at Tayburn

Bryan Hook has joined Tayburn McIlroy Coates in Edinburgh as senior design director. He was formerly with London consultancy The Partners.


Taking place on the 27th February is the latest of the Towards Sustainable Product Design lecture series, which covers environmental issues in packaging design. Speakers include Dorothy MacKenzie of Dragon

RCA seeks ‘active practitioner’

The staff committee of the Royal College of Art will today consider the resignation of furniture professor Floris van den Broecke, who leaves at the end of the academic year

DIA identity draws up roof restoration

Design in Action has created a new visual identity for Redland Roofing Systems to coincide with its name change from Redland Rooftiles. The identity went live last weekend, and will


Pop into the RIBA Architecture Centre to see Picking Winners – first exhibition of Lottery funded projects. It features 24 schemes ranging from Gollifer Associates’ National Glass Centre in Sunderland

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