Touted as London’s first indoor sundial, the ‘shadow clock’ has been designed by Pethick & Money for the Times Place commercial building on Pall Mall. Being installed in June, the clock works via a light source travelling around the circumference of a metre-wide stone dial. The light casts a shadow from the central chromed brass cone, called a gnomon, which points to the hour of the day. The clock’s designer, Josh Riley, says the ‘exciting and fun’ project has required ‘expertise, genuine enthusiasm and patience’ from the suppliers of the various components.
The official organisation for Girl Guides in the UK has overhauled its range of activities, including new skills such as coding, human rights and inventing, and has commissioned studio Red
Sam Jacob Studio has been commissioned to design the exhibition spaces and interiors of the new Cartoon Museum, and will work with graphic design studio Fraser Muggeridge to create a
Kin Design has created interactive installations for the Eden Project’s new permanent show Invisible Worlds, which delves into the fascinating stories of miniscule micro-organisms, and the impact humans have made