29 January 2004

Philip Watts Design creates for Sausage

Nottingham design group Philip Watts Design has created the identity and is designing interiors for Nottingham eatery Sausage. Worth around £25 000 in design fees, the concept launches next month.

Dixon and Farrow work Inn The Park

Tom Dixon and Farrow Design are collaborating on the design of Oliver Peyton’s latest restaurant venture, Inn The Park, which opens in April in the grounds of London’s St James’s


Last week Design Week mistakenly reported that Paul Buck was a founder of charity Traid. He is, however, a co-founder of voluntary design organisation Zerofee.

Celtel dials up FutureBrand identity

FutureBrand has revamped the identity for African mobile telecommunications operator Celtel Communications, in a joint venture with ad agency McCann Erickson and Web design group Zentropy Partners. The work comes

Intro gives Camden Arts a brush-up

Camden Arts Centre relaunches today, following a £4.2m refurbishment programme which includes a refreshed identity by Intro, garden design by Muf and revamped interiors by Tony Fretton Architects. The Intro-created

Wonderbra’s bottom cleavage

Wonderbra wants to ‘make the bottom cleavage as exciting and sexy as the bust’. What will the fashionistas think of next? This is confirmation, surely, that in the naughty noughties

Crush Design launches on-line store

Crush Design has built and launched an on-line store to sell prints, T-shirts, and products designed by the group and its collaborators. Appearing on its site, www.crushtrade.com, are the cartoonesque

JudgeGill style for She Active

Manchester design consultancy JudgeGill is designing interiors and branding for She Active, a nascent sports and outdoor boutique for women that opens in London in March. The group’s work for


The Saga of Sydney Opera House by Peter Murray exposes the dramas and political machinations behind the design and construction of this iconic building, one of the most popular buildings

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