CDT Design has created a booklet for The Royal Parks, the organisation which helps to fund the maintenance and restoration of more than 2000ha of parkland across London. Featuring detailed close-up photographs of British plants, the design boasts liberal amounts of white – or rather, green – space. The designers are Christian Altmann and Tim Lawrie, with photography from a variety of sources. The brochure has been designed as part of The Royal Parks’ Corporate Membership Scheme.
Games and augmented reality features for children sit alongside artificial intelligence features for parents, who can ask questions to find out about their child’s progress.
The winning entry of the product design competition will be awarded £3,000, while a further £2,000 will go to the university they study at.
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The West Midlands city has been awarded £3 million, and will host a year-long series of events that will encompass art, design, theatre and more.