25 January 1996

DTI offers funding via Business Links

The Department of Trade and Industry expects to continue the Business Links voucher incentive scheme it set up in April 1995 beyond its year-long pilot. The voucher scheme, which was

Imagination doesn’t run wild

The corridors of Imagination are hushed and silent, all meeting rooms are occupied, heads are down and the joyful sound of champagne corks popping is a faraway dream. Staff at

Leeds kicks off exhibition

Yorkshire exhibitions consultancy Richard Fowler Associates is designing the flagship exhibition of a 500 000 Leeds campaign to celebrate the Euro ’96 football championships. Leeds will host several of the

Project revealed to transform Waterloo

MPL has made four designers redundant in an effort to trim the consultancy’s “surplus” of junior design staff, says deputy chairman Peter Sampson. The four – three juniors and a

On the pull

Door handles may not spring to mind as hot design items, but architects and designers have a field day knocking them out, as Nicky Churchill discovers

Caffeine hit for Lippa Pearce

Lippa Pearce is to create the packaging for a new range of teas by gourmet coffee company Torz & Macatonia. Last year the group produced packaging for the company’s coffees

Destroying enemy lines

The last bastion of controversial criticism among architects has died a recent death. With Progressive Architecture magazine gone, Peter Hall asks who is left to keep this easily-offended profession in

Fitch books into restaurant

Fitch is designing interiors and graphics for a Trevor Gulliver restaurant in Putney, London. Gulliver, who owns London restaurants St John’s, The Fire Station and The French House, has formed

Join the mile high club

Established players heading out of recession along with emerging start-ups and the deregulation of state airlines are all offering plenty of activity in the airlines identity sector.

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First look at London Design Festival 2018

This year’s week-long celebration of design will see installations by Kellenberger-White, Studio Frith and Waugh Thistleton Architects, plus a refined, “playful” visual identity by Pentagram’s Domenic Lippa.