Miriam Cadji profiles three architectural groups whose award-winning interiors are helping to attract more impressive commissions
Apple dominated the D&AD’s 40th birthday awards ceremony, with company co-founder and chief executive officer Steve Jobs on hand to accept in person a Gold Award for the Apple iPod.
As the nation looks forward to a long weekend full of street parties, John Cooper visits an alternative Jubilee celebration at London’s Britart
Springpoint has created an identity for satellite provider LuxSAT, which begins broadcasting in North Africa and parts of the Middle East in June, as the consultancy continues to build its
Singapore Airlines this week launches its revamped business class seat designed by Italy’s Avio Interiors, representing a design investment of over £1m and an overall project investment of £65m by
Logica has appointed Wardour Communications to produce its 2002 annual report.
It’s heating up at design and marketing consultancy Viv’id’s Warrington office, thanks to a mix-up with the sort of website on which you don’t expect to find a picture of
Carruthers and Hobbs has revamped the packaging of Norfolk’s Finest, a brand of dried herbs based on a farm in East Anglia, to aid the brand’s expansion into supermarkets. The
Imagery always figures large in football graphics, but that’s no reason to make it clichéd action shots of players.
Graphic Thought Facility has designed a poster for the Victoria & Albert Museum exhibition Cinema India: The Art of Bollywood, which will be used as part of press and promotional
Design Week award winner 2002 in the restaurants, cafés, clubs and bars category: Innecto; and D&AD 2002 silver winner: Hakkasan
Priestman Goode has teamed up with Boa Housewares to launch a British range of kitchen products, as a mid-price rival to established European brands like Alessi and knife specialists such