A vault under London’s Putney Bridge is to be turned into a subterranean restaurant by architect Jean Oh. Oh says Alan Nurunnabi, who owns the vault and the building above
Dorothy has created the ’Slag and Slut’ limited-edition range of homewares. The range features his and hers ceramic salt and pepper pots, Egyptian cotton bath towels, hand-embroidered slippers, engraved glass
Chef Heston Blumenthal’s first-ever London restaurant opens this week with interiors created by Tihany Design. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park features floor-to-ceiling glass walls, which
Rich Creative has been appointed to create an online educational resource for the Royal Air Forces Association. The consultancy was appointed two weeks ago and was briefed to create a
Studio Dempsey has designed the cover for the Penguin Books reissue of the Kama Sutra, which will be published to coincide with Valentine’s Day. The studio was commissioned three months
Whatever the imminent merger between the Design Council and the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment throws up for design, the Temple Review that set the scene for radical
Hampshire and Surrey-based consultancy Farrow Creative has developed the new branding for the South Downs National Park Authority – the 15th and most recent national park to be designated as
Cheltenham-based consultancy Silver Worldwide has rebranded the farm business of Adam Henson, a presenter of BBC One’s popular rural news and views TV show, Countryfile. Silver Worldwide was appointed to
Next week sees the opening of Imagine, the Southbank Centre’s fortnight-long children’s festival of art, design, literature and music, which celebrates its tenth birthday this year. The festival includes readings
Arthur Steen Horne Adamson created the new website for Jude’s ice cream, after rebranding the company last year.
Work by Johannes Nagel will feature in the show Valentina Angeloni: Let Me See, which is at Gallery Fumi in London from 17 February to 16 April.
A ’hub and spoke’ approach is one way in which the UK’s design industry bodies could be looking to organise themselves in the future. Angus Montgomery looks at their changing