23 November 2006

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Sony Ericsson opens in London

Sony Ericsson’s first retail store opened last night on Kensington High Street in London. The 360m2 store, designed by Checkland Kindleysides, includes plasma screen window displays with a changing facia.

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Garrett revisits the Buzzcocks

Malcolm Garrett is reviving and updating his iconic logo for punk band Buzzcocks, creating a logo and visuals for a projection display to be used on the band’s 30th anniversary

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Rossana Hu and Lyndon Neri are an interesting phenomenon – a design duo diaspora with a strong hold on that covetable market, China.Both Hu and Neri worked in architecture in

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Poster boys

Posters have never lost their ability to rouse the emotions and convey single, iconic images. But few brands have fully exploited the opportunities of the medium since the golden age

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Factory Design created…

Factory Design created the galley area of British Airways’ business-class Club World offer, relaunched following a £100m investment last week. The consultancy’s work on the restaurant, which has become self-service,

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The third Design Mais

The third Design Mais, an exhibition focusing on Portuguese design, launches in London this week. Greenwich Village at Selfridges, Rabih Hage’s gallery space in King’s Cross, Thorsten Van Elten and

Love and 55 join forces to make Honey

London-based Love Branding and 55 Design have merged to form a new group called Honey, it was announced this week. Honey will be headed by former 20/20 colleagues Douglas James

Gordon wins Glasgow 1999 Medal

This year’s Glasgow 1999 Medal has been won by interior design graduate Stuart Gordon, for his proposals to redevelop the Cardross Seminary building into a children’s hospice. Judges praised his

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Cards on the table

Banking has never been a particularly thrilling sector of design, so the recent Red card from American Express presented an obvious opportunity to liven things up a bit in this

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State of play

Spanish design is more than just Jaime Hayon. If you can’t name any other Spanish talent, then Conversational Spanish, which runs at the Aram Gallery this winter, is worth a

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