Urban Design Group Architype has designed the Genesis Centre, a £2.5m learning and resource unit, based at Somerset College of Arts and Technology, which will showcase techniques and materials for sustainable construction. The centre (pictured) opened last week.
Product design consultancy Alloy has created a multimedia handset concept called Polygon, designed to offer high resolution TV viewing, as well as telephony. Alloy says that Polygon is based on technology likely to be practical in two years’ time.
Cardiff design group Departures Design has created the new identity for the Welsh political party Plaid Cymru.
Goose Design has created the new corporate branding for Flextech Television, together with the broadcaster’s in-house creative team. Each department within the organisation will ‘customise’ its own visual identity.
The National Walk to School brand identity has been redesigned for the autumn 2006 campaign by Felton Communication, which won a three-way credentials pitch for the work in January.
Sheppard Robson has created an unusual concept for a three-storey car-park in Penrith, Cumbria. The sculptural design is informed by the surrounding topography of the Lake District.
Broadcast design specialist English & Pockett has created a new on-and-off-air branding package for German broadcaster Deutsche Welle’s DW Journal. It relaunches this month.