Artist Michael Pinsky has constructed a video installation that will relay images of weather conditions from around the world to 30 screens suspended like a chandelier in an atrium at
Ravensworth has designed the corporate identity and marketing materials for start-up company XPAX, which will provide home information packs to independent estate agents nationwide.
Minale Tattersfield will launch its identity for the Lake Garda region of Italy on 15 November (DW 4 August). The marque will be used by the Italian Tourist Board to
Creative London is to launch the first of its physical hubs, dedicated to growing creative businesses in London’s Wood Green, on 18 November. Called Creative North London, the centre is
Camelot is relaunching its National Lottery games, with a series of refreshed identities by Interbrand, in collaboration with its in-house design team.
Is it time for the UK to have a new national centre for design and innovation? If so, what should it include? Scotland already has a national centre for design
Leeds Media, an organisation promoting the city’s media, communications and e-business sector, has appointed member consultancy Thompson to overhaul its brand identity.
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s interactive installations, using light and shadows, are designed to engage the public intimately. Richard Clayton talks to him about his plans to illuminate the East Midlands On the
Soundings taken among senior design industry players suggest there would be little opposition to any Government plans to back the building of a UK design centre, Design Week can reveal.
Rodney Fitch (Letters, DW 27 October) should thumb a few pages further forward if he thinks that Richard Eisermann’s reference to design being about value was all about money. It
The brand and packaging industry is being shaken up by a series of appointments that will see key players from rival consultancies changing roles. Jill Marshall, chief executive officer for
We have to thank Rodney Fitch and Oliver King for keeping the discussion about value in design going (see Letters, page 11). What better time for the industry to restate