27 August 1998

Design start-up wins identity review job

GA Design, the consultancy formed by the merger of three London groups earlier this month, is working on an identity review for financial services client Willis Corroon Group. The consultancy

Tarzan the office man

The advance of technology has boosted the popularity of homeworking in the US. The idyllic portrayal of some home offices only tells half the story, says Peter Hall.

Brief

The latest entrant into the crowded body wash market in Australia has been designed with point of difference generated through structural packaging. Lewis Kahn Staniford in Sydney was brought in

Fitch & Co export wine

Rodney Fitch & Co in Hong Kong has created the identity and interiors for Watson’s Wine Cellar, a new chain of wine shops in the former British colony.

A square deal for London

The Government’s decision to back Sir Norman Foster’s World Squares for All masterplan gives a rare opportunity for designers to reshape the face of the capital.

Siebert Head packs E45 range

Crookes Healthcare is launching a new range of moisturising products, called Skin Confidence, under the umbrella of its E45 brand. Packaging graphics for the range have been developed by Siebert

Separated at birth

George Church’s accusation that Seymour Powell “borrowed” from the Hoover Telios canister, (Letters, DW 31 July) at first made me think I needed a new prescription for my eyeglasses. The

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