Stock Exchange brand review

The London Stock Exchange has confirmed it will be looking at its brand identity after the publication of a strategy document detailing its long-term marketing plans. However, consultancy appointments are

Starck leads Eurostar redesign

A tranche of design consultancies will be appointed in the coming months to work on a full-scale £35m redesign of Eurostar’s entire service, following Philippe Starck’s appointment as artistic director.

Fast food

Great Western Trains are hoping to make tracks with its new dining services and in doing so, get ahead of the competition. Katy Greaves serves up the state of Britain’s

Digest

Hodges Associates has created the interiors, name and branding for Reuters’ Internet café concept Reuters Refresh, which will be opening on central London’s Fleet Street on 18 June.

Degree Shows

Glasgow School of Art; University of Northumbria; Goldsmiths College; Norwich School of Art & Design; Buckingham Chilterns University College

Fern Green open plan for dentist

Fern Green has designed the graphic identity and interiors for “unconventional” high street dental practice Dentistry 100, which will open in central London’s Barbican in August. Freelance graphic designer Jane

Planet Botanic blooms with Rose

Rose Design has designed the interiors, signage, product packaging and website for healthy living concept Planet Botanic, which opens its first store in London on 25 June. The consultancy has

Local Hero

Mike Dempsey takes an affectionate look at graphic designer John Gorham, a friend and colleague who spent his life striving for perfection in his work

Nykris builds The Bartlett website

Nykris has created the website for University College London’s architecture faculty, The Bartlett, which went live last Friday. It was appointed to the £50 000 project after winning a four-way,

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First look at London Design Festival 2018

This year’s week-long celebration of design will see installations by Kellenberger-White, Studio Frith and Waugh Thistleton Architects, plus a refined, “playful” visual identity by Pentagram’s Domenic Lippa.