Tony Blair decided back in March that people aged between 50 and 65 should stop nagging their offspring about settling down, getting pensions and sorting out their lives and do something more useful instead. Hence the launch last week of the Experience Corps, designed to encourage this mature, wise age-group to offer their ‘experience’ to the local community. Saatchi & Saatchi created the ‘square peg in a square hole’ identity, illustrating how Experience Corps matches people to the right work. Steel Design has created the website, www.experiencecorps.co.uk. Expect to be turned away at clubs by ‘experienced’ bouncers in the near future, then.
Mother Design New York has developed the brand, which launches alongside refurbished interiors from consultancy Yabu Pushelberg.
As Expo 2020 opens in the Middle East, we run down some of our favourite pavilions – featuring DIY spaceships and the world’s largest passenger lift.
We speak to exhibition designers to find out how they navigate the unique challenges of designing for a show that will occupy multiple venues.
A biomass fuel solution for farms, a unique hydrogen innovation and a service which cuts down on food waste are among the winners of Prince William’s environmental awards.