27 April 1995

Self storage

Site-specific project by Brian Eno, Laurie Anderson and students from London’s Royal College of Art. Until 7 May. – Venue: Acorn Storage, First Way/South Way, Wembley Stadium, Wembley, Middlesex.

Hold the welcome page

For the first time in hundreds of years, technology has thrown up a new medium that could change the very nature of the daily newspaper. Peter Hall asks whether online

Help on building laws

The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and the Department of the Environment have produced an article for lighting designers on the new building regulations which come into force

Co-op goes for more pack info

Aaron Associates, which bought CWS’s in-house design department back in January, has designed the packaging that spearheads the Co-op’s ethical retailing initiative. The initiative by the CWS-owned Co-op, the UK’s


Martin Lambie-Nairn has steered Lambie-Nairn & Co to worldwide success with TV identities and a Queen’s Award for Export – so what comes next, asks Lynda Relph-Knight

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Want to check out how the bandy-legged icon Kermit the Frog works, or see the innards of monsters from Sesame Street and Fraggle Rock? Muppets, Monsters and Magic uncovers the

Resisting attacks on electronic copyright

In recent weeks some members of the Chartered Society of Designers have come under increasing pressure from newspapers and other periodicals to assign their copyright, including moral and electronic rights,

Commonwealth Club redesign

The Commonwealth Trust has appointed Morey Smith Associates to design the new Commonwealth Club on London’s Northumberland Avenue. The Trust has sold its building to the French developer Airc, which

Stools of the trade

After months of bar-hopping research – she did it so that you don’t have to – Nicky Churchill reports back on the most important developments in the world of bar

Rufus Leonard puts Shell on CD-ROM

Rufus Leonard Design has put Shell International’s instruction manual on to CD-ROM for use by company staff in more than 100 countries. The new retail outlet design manual shows staff

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