Anderson Norton Design has created an identity and design guidelines for Web services organisation EduServ.
Budding events and celebrity-wedding designers should turn post haste to ‘Preston Bailey’s Design for Entertaining’, a book that winged its way into our under-decorated lives this week. Bailey, a kind
Birmingham-based Boxer is to create an identity for the revamped Fort Dunlop complex on the northern edge of city, and further work for other consultancies may be in the offing
The Royal Institute of British Architects and the Victoria & Albert Museum have launched a fundraising campaign entitled Architecture for All to create major new architectural galleries for both permanent
Poke has created a website, www.globalrichlist.com, for Care International. The site aims to highlight the discrepancy between the world’s rich and poor and garner donations for the charity.
Imagination has been appointed to lead the second phase of the Dublin’s Guinness Storehouse development. The project features several new exhibitions and a revamp of existing facilities.
Marks & Spencer will launch a combined credit card and loyalty scheme next month, as part of the rebrand of its financial services offer as Marks & Spencer Money.
It’s been said we’re harsh on students – poor, loveable, over-worked wretches that they are. So this should warm their little hearts, and other parts, as they prepare to go
Despite Clive Grinyer’s probings into the plans of Richard Eiserman, his successor at the Design Council (see Profile), we will have to wait until October to hear the full story.
Have you ever sat on a bus and watched the person across from you picking their nose indulgently for minutes on end? It’s an unsavoury reality, but at least the
Central London’s largest new-build hotel for 30 years, complete with a £500 000 ‘art street’, opens this week in Westminster with interiors by Proof. The latter’s work includes a giant
Homebase, now part of Argos Retail Group, unveils its pilot bid to take on the likes of Ikea today, with a store-within-store homewares offering devised by David Davies 517 that