6 December 2001

Lifeenhancing

‘Following the British Design & Art Direction’s SuperHumanism conference earlier this year, Design Week has decided to take a lead in provoking positive response to the initiative from the design

Digest

Lime has created the branding and promotional literature for the re-opening of the Dome Concert Hall in Brighton, which will take place on 24 February 2002. The preview brochure is

Proof positive

Liz Grahame looks at how design consultancies are getting to grips with digital printing and also knowing which specialised paper stocks to specify

Billco counting on BBC calendar

The BBC has created its first on-line advent calendar, designed by Billco, to promote its Christmas animation special, Hamilton Aardvark, which is screened in December on BBC1. The website, www.hamilton

The Nest

‘The Nest has developed two new brands, yet to be launched, that should have a significant impact on improving people’s lives. Both encourage sustainability. Vielife works with individuals within organisations

British Museum no-show spared

Exhibitions at the British Museum have been reprieved from the threat of cancellation, but its search for a head of design is still on hold due to the museum’s continuing

Almeida Restaurant and Bar

Conran & Partners has designed interiors for the first Conran restaurant to open in London since early 2000. Almeida Restaurant and Bar, in London’s Islington, opens on 3 December.

Christmas sales

Fine art, product design, fashion and contemporary furniture are on sale at 291 Art Mart from 8-9 December. The event then moves on to London’s West End from 13 December

Digest

Accessories designer Mathilde Evard has designed the World Cup Ball 2002 for Adidas. The ball does not feature the traditional ‘tango’ design, which has been in use for the past

Digest

Hildebrand Design has created the corporate brochure for global mining conglomerate Rio Tinto, which is due to be published within the next two weeks.

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