Workshop

Create a new workspace at home on 31 July from 10am until 4pm, aims to discover the key elements needed to transform a home environment into an efficient and exciting

NTL by Basten Greenhill Andrews

In a £40m rebranding exercise, cable company NTL has brought all its acquisitions under one name. ‘We wanted consumers to relate to NTL in a positive way, with the identity

Vinopolis to open doors

Vinopolis – City of Wine opens this week to take on London’s visitor attractions. Situated at Bankside, Vinopolis has an identity by Lewis Moberly, interiors by Jasper Jacob Associates and

Books

The entry deadline for the fifth European Design Annual has been extended until 3 September. Call for entry packs have been distributed to a variety of creative talent from all

Digest

Ericsson is set to aim for the fashion market with the launch of the A1018 dual band mobile phone in a broad range of styles. The phones have been designed

Furniture

Plane displays sculpture and furniture by Nick Parish and Dennis Banovic until 30 July Venue: Tomato Building, 29-35 Lexington Street, London W1

New Tussauds logo

Pearlfisher has created the new worldwide corporate identity for Madame Tussauds. It was due to be unveiled in Las Vegas as Design Week went to press. The original Madame Tussauds

Saatchi’s burst of Future Energy

The deregulation of the energy markets is set to unleash a number of environmentally friendly sources of energy in the UK. The Energy Saving Trust – backed by the Government

Time for a clean break

Recent research conducted by Dragon suggests that concern over genetically modified foods is “boosting trade in organic and functional foods”. This claim appears to be supported by the decision of

Want a job? All you have to do is ask

A word to all those fresh graduates in pursuit of that elusive design post. Get yourself a job in Japanese fastish food chain Wagamama. That’s where Australian designer Matt Griffin

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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.