CD Partnership is designing a new fourth-floor bedding department for London department store Selfridges. The consultancy designed the floor-coverings “library” which opened on the fourth floor last week.
Premier Biscuits’ cookie brand Maryland has been redesigned by Holmes & Marchant International.
Microsoft has launched a store-in-store concept developed by RPA Europe on to the UK market, after use in the US, France, Sweden and Germany.
The new London Aquarium has opened at County Hall with an identity created by Award Design from a concept generated via a children’s competition.
The Science of Sport, an exhibition which opened at the Science Museum last week, was designed by Henry Lowe Associates with graphics and identity by Agenda Design.
London design group BDG/ McColl is down to a final shortlist of candidates in its search for a new retail director.
Lees Associates is refurbishing the new City head quarters of merging stock brokers Gerrard Vivian Developers of the Cribbs Causeway Regional Shopping Centre near Bristol have appointed retail design group Rawls & Company to develop the centre’s food court.
Supermarket chain Asda has still not lodged an appeal against the decision made in the Penguin versus Puffin copycat packaging case. The company has until 8 April to do so.
Spin commissioned photographer Robert Steele to shoot several versions of a message in a bottle for an alcohol awareness campaign run by Drinkline. Aimed at young people, it pushes the Drink-lineYouth project via a set of six postcards and a poster. The vacuum-packed cards tackle the issues of alcohol and drugs, alcohol and parents, alcohol and sex and alcohol and the human body. Drinkline is ‘absolutely delighted’ with the initial response.