Imagination has maintained its first-place spot in the Design Week Top 100 survey, despite an 11 per cent drop in fee-income over the past year.
Digital consultancy Large Blue has created the brand and digital platform for Culturethèque – a new cultural initiative from the Institut Français du Royaume-Uni.
Identica directors Sheona Michie and Alice King have been made redundant, with their roles set to be combined into a new deputy managing director position.
Hat-Trick Design is creating wayfinding and signage for a housing estate in south London. Graffiti artist Boyd and graphic design group Telegramme are among seven public art collaborators on the scheme.
A £12m project is underway to redevelop Kensington Palace in west London and open it up to the public, through a new entrance, visitor hub, permanent exhibitions and landscaping.
Terence Woodgate has designed two lights for new exterior lighting company Paviom, which specialises in energy-efficient, recyclable products.
The third series of BBC show Mary Queen of Shops is set for broadcast next month, with the involvement of a number of retail design consultancies.
Illustrator Mr Bingo has created a paint-by-numbers interior scene of the Tate to show the gallery’s supporters how their contributed funds are spent.
The London office of architect John McAslan & Partners will host an exhibition of Michael Collins’ cityscape photography from 1-11 June.