Think Damien Hirst’s Pharmacy restaurant meets Comme des Garçons’ guerrilla stores, and you’ve got a good picture of what Los Angeles’s forthcoming pop-up retail experiment is all about.The Brand Pharmacy
When creating typography for crowded urban environments, is it better to be loud, or quiet? Our experts debate how design can best stand out from the crowd ‘Loud’, says Simon
As Christmas looms, we can look forward to a week of excess – and, sadly, waste. We each throw away about 50kg of rubbish over Christmas, according to the National
London’s Natural History Museum unveils The Vault tomorrow, a permanent gallery designed by Real Studios to display some of the world’s most precious treasures. The exhibition design group has created
Liverpool City Council has appointed Wood & Wood Design to update Liverpool’s wayfinding system, in preparation for the city’s reign as European City of Culture in 2008.
Poke has completed a new-look website for clothing designer Jenny Packham. The site launch follows a rebrand of the company by London creative group Saturday, which includes a new identity,
Iconic US furniture brand Herman Miller is creating a new state-of-the-art showroom in London’s Aldwych, due to open in February 2008. Specialising in designs for the modern workplace, the furniture
Elmwood creates Filthy brand for new premium dessert range Marks & Spencer food supplier Park Cakes Bakeries this week launches its own premium dessert brand, Filthy, created by Elmwood.
It is the season for spending, so what better time to dust off your coins and treat yourself to a limited edition print or two? Many Hands Make More Work
Screen design is a competetive but fast moving sector, driven by new platforms and brands. Liz Dunning offers some tips for survival
Structural engineer Chris Wise next week takes over the leadership of the Faculty of Royal Designers. Gareth Gardner meets new master and hears about his plans for using the Royal
Last week, you asked if Croydon really could transform itself into a ‘new Barcelona’ (Voxpop, DW 22 November). A vision to be ‘a beacon of sustainability’ is commendable, but that’s