As legal music downloads soar, the music industry is divided over the future of the CD. Trish Lorenz considers both sides of the debate. Downloadable music is here and it’s
Elmwood has appointed Torben Dunn, former design director at Jones Knowles Ritchie, as its group design director. The group is also considering opening offices in North America and Singapore.
Over Time is an ’emotive ode to Jim Henson’ created for Resfest 2005 by a French student group. Product design consultancy PDD has conceived an innovative cleaning system called Sensia,
Din Associates has been appointed to redesign the Sanctuary Shop in London’s Covent Garden. The shop, the ‘front door’ to The Sanctuary Spa, will undergo a design overhaul next January
The Liverpool Anglican Cathedral is revamping its interiors and has appointed Mather & Co to undertake the five-figure redesign project.
The Interpublic Group is expected to file financial results for 2004 and the first two quarters of 2005 on Friday. Commentators have noted that there is an outside chance the
Clive Grinyer acknowledges the great design patrons and identifies a rift between designer and client that can stifle truly ground-breaking work.
Having read its submission to the Cox Review, I would like to congratulate the Design Business Association on an excellent piece of work that offers Sir George Cox and Chancellor
The Design Council launches its annual report this week, designed by Small, the first evidence of an overhaul of the brand that will see it embrace a more consistent visual
The BBC has kick-started the process to change its iconic screen idents for BBC1, as the broadcaster moves towards rebranding the channel and creating a revamped on-air look. The organisation
A £250 000 exhibition tracing the culture and movement of the early tribes of the Amazon and Caribbean opens at London’s Horniman Museum this weekend, designed and structured by Csáky
Network Rail is on the hunt for designers, as it plans to spend £4bn upgrading Britain’s railway stations over the next ten years. According to a spokesman, Network Rail will