The Tate Gallery Liverpool reopened last week after a 7m refurbishment. Phase II of the development was carried out by architect Michael Wilford & Partners. It holds a bigger gallery space and better catering, education, staff and public facilities. The same practice, then called James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates (it changed its name following James Stirling’s death in 1992) carried out Phase I of the development which, due to the gallery’s popularity, proved too small to meet public demand.
This week the Royal Mail began trialing a new postbox, heralding the first major design change in its 160-year history, prompting us to look at how it has developed.
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AGL works with high-profile people such as Kate Middleton and David Cameron to boost their public-speaking and communication skills – its new identity looks to celebrate the beauty of grammar
The app, which allows users to write notes on a smartphone or computer in many different forms, has been given a refined visual identity focused on an updated elephant symbol,