Briefs

Lighting Design Partnership’s designs for London’s Trafalgar Square were turned on last week, illuminating Nelson’s Column for the first time.

Air 2000 has still to choose between Wolff Olins, Rodney Fitch and Company and Bamber Forsyth after a free-pitch for its new corporate identity (DW 24 November).

Advance, the Prison Enterprise and Activity Service, has a new identity by London’s The Artwork Company.

Sunderland’s planned National Glass Centre has received almost 6m National Lottery cash from the Arts Council.

It will be designed by London architect Gollifer Associates with exhibitions by Yorkshire consultancy PLB Design.

The UK’s new National Cycle Network, which received 40m from the Millennium Commission in September (DW 15 September), will have an identity designed by Walker Izard.

Philip Heath, who founded television design company XTV, has joined Plume Productions as creative producer and director. Plume has also appointed Dominique Martelle as senior designer.

Ransoms in Devon has designed the new identity for IBC, Amsterdam’s annual international

electronic media convention.

Agenda Design was inadvertently omitted from the list of consultancies which worked on the Science Museum’s new children’s galleries (DW 24 November). Des Gunewardena, appointed as non-executive director of Fitch (DW 24 November), is still chief executive of Conran Holdings.

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