30 March 1995

Hitech change

SILVERTOWN HITECH Lighting changes its name to Hitech Architectural Lighting on 1 June, with identity and literature by London consultancy Fusion. This coincides with Hitech using consultancies with its in-house

Designers must improve offer

DESIGNERS should present them- selves better to avoid the creative pitch scenario, according to client-based research carried out by the European Design Register. “When clients can’t tell the difference between

Pleasing cheeses

Berni Design in New York has scooped two awards for its repackaging of Kraft’s Velveeta Shells & Cheese pasta dishes.

Landmarks under attack in Chicago

Chicago’s architectural and design heritage is under threat from a new wave of redevelopment, as pre-war buildings are poised for demolition to make way for modern structures. The city’s administration

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Celebration, excitement, freedom and liberation were the heady themes given to illustrator Brian Grimwood by Carter Wong & Partners, for a project for national charity Whizzkids.

Carbone for Sotheby’s

Sotheby’s confirms it has appointed New York consultancy Carbone Smolen to redesign its global corporate identity. It will be the first change for more than ten years. The US consultancy

Power To Change

An exhibition examining architecture for a new age of waste and decommissioning. Tackling this issue are four teams of architects, engineers, artists and composers. Until 29 April. Venue: The RIBA

Tired of being wired?

Digital knowledge and communication have become the holy grail for many designers, but the constant changes and mutations in this vast field make it so hard to keep up that

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For the first time the international industrial design body ICSID will hold its biennial congress in Taiwan, the world’s 14th largest trading nation. The theme for ICSID ’95 Taipei is

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