A fortnightly round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
David Kester and Associates has been appointed following its work on the development of a Design Vision for the huge public-sector project.
Packaging doesn’t have to be thrown away – it can be eaten, transformed into another object or passed on to someone else.
We look at some of the new packaging trends that are emerging, and how designers are getting inventive with the medium to reduce their carbon footprint, help those who are partially-sighted – or even immerse consumers in virtual reality.
In his latest Four Corners column, Jon Daniel talks to multidisciplinery designer Atim Annette Oton.
According to a Design Week survey, 70% of readers favour the idea of Britain staying in the EU, while just 16% would like to see it leave the union.
We talk to previous Design Week Awards winners to find out what their win means to them.
The restoration saw 20 litres of undercoat, 30 litres of gloss and 20 litres of varnish used on the engine.
Joe Ferry, former head of design at Virgin Atlantic and coach at the Design Thinkers Academy UK, outlines the three elements every organisation needs in order to turn innovations into real products.
Consultancy The Liminal Space has created Timeless – a brand which aims to teach young women about the pros and cons of freezing their eggs.
Designers tell us about the alternative careers they have considered…
Veteran designer Sir Kenneth Grange spoke recently at an event for the Knowledge Transfer Network. KTN’s PR manager Rob Mills writes up the talk for Design Week.
Studio D-Tale has designed new coffee cups alongside a cyclical recycling system that would allow coffee drinkers to be more eco-friendly.