The Foundry has designed the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Manifesto 2001 for a four-figure fee. It won the job following a credentials pitch. The manifesto, which launched last weekend, is used as a lobbying tool to persuade MPs to tackle land, property and construction issues. The Foundry was commissioned by Christopher Nell, the former London Transport head of design who became head of design at the RICS at the beginning of March (DW 2 March).
The London-based studio has developed an identity for the Interconnected Disaster Risks 2020/2021 report using composite graphics.
The MP for Mid Bedfordshire replaces Oliver Dowden, who has been removed from the role following a substantial cabinet reshuffle by Boris Johnson.
From the circular economy to human centred design, these are the talks that are not to be missed at this year’s festival.
The updated look includes new typography and colour palettes and seeks to ensure the brand can comfortably exist both online and off.