Feilden Clegg Bradley architect’s £24 million refurbishment plans for the centre’s Festival Wing have been approved and will begin this autumn.
Design industry bodies have praised the work of outgoing Business Secretary Vince Cable and called on the next government to recognise the value of design.
A bi-weekly round-up of appointments and opportunities in the design world.
New European Commission research suggest that EU businesses are more likely to use design than their US counterparts.
With the Conservatives set to lead the next Government at Westminster, we take a look at what they have promised to do for the design industry.
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of VE Day – the end of the Second World War in Europe – we speak to a curator at the National Army Museum about campaign posters of the era, and showcase some key examples.
Crafts Council executive director Rosy Greenlees says that while an interest in craft is on the rise – as shown by the new London Craft Week – issues around education mean the sector remains under threat.
As part of this year’s CDW, Design Week and Monotype will present a graphic design session with Jonathan Barnbrook, Tony Brook, Jim Sutherland, Sarah Hyndman and Patrick Myles.
We ask designers about the longest projects they’ve undertaken, and how they managed to make them interesting along the way.
The Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, which has previously only been available to developers, is set to go on sale to consumers next year.
The Huffington Post is launching a new mobile site, developed with Code and Theory, as it plots its first ever extensive redesign for its ten-year anniversary.
We talk to Saatchi & Saatchi’s Jason Romeyko about why – and how – he printed an entire magazine using HIV+ blood.