Liverpool-based Electric Wig has designed seating for The Hub, a national centre for design and craft in Lincolnshire that opened this month. Inspired by people’s activities in gallery environments, such as note-taking or drawing exhibits, the beechwood bench includes a raised surface at each end, on which people can draw or write, and a child’s version features a back for children to scribble on. ‘The seating becomes a tool that works with the exhibits,’ explains Electric Wig partner Johanna Van Daalen.
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Atlas has created the branding for the new fashion label, which will also be contributed to by other industrial and product designers.
SomeOne has given The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple a new identity with a three-dimensional, winged horse symbol.
Pentagram partners Luke Powell and Jody Hudson-Powell have designed the latest campaign branding for the annual fashion week, in a bid to link it up with its two partner events.