21 February 2002

Upmarket KX Gym opens in London

A multi-million pound luxury gym is opening in London’s Chelsea next week, with interiors designed by Thorp Design. California-based consultancy Impossible has branded KX Gym, while Haime & Butler has

Ministry aims for beautiful Finnish

London consultancy Design Ministry is preparing design concepts for the identity for a chain of standalone beauty stores in Finland, which it is due to present next month. Retail chain

Design getting doctored

While Hugh Pearman takes a much needed rest his alter-ego, a man who wishes to be known only as Dr Design, fills in with some practical advice

Moral Support’s identity performs

Bisset Adams designer Dan Barber has overhauled the identity for Moral Support and created communications materials for the non profit-making multimedia performance company. Barber took on the project on a

Future date

The Design Business Association holds a discussion on The Real Cost of Free-Pitching on 5 March. Chaired by Design Week editor Lynda Relph-Knight, speakers will reflect views of client and


OPX Design has created the visual identity and a 2002 annual review for Faber Maunsell, the company formed from the merger of engineering and construction companies Oscar Faber and [the


Priestman Goode has promoted senior designer Luke Hawes to be its fourth board director. Hawes will concentrate on developing the interiors and environmental side of the business.

Magistrates’ authority looks at logo

The job to create an identity for the Greater London Magistrates’ Courts Authority will begin in earnest next month when Synergy starts a consultation process with authority stakeholders. The exercise


Propeller Partnership has redesigned packaging for Comma Oil’s car care product range, which will go on sale next week.

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