Robert Brownjohn’s decadent, ‘live-fast, die-young’ approach should have made him notorious, yet he is still relatively unknown. But, says Michael Johnson, while Brownjohn’s career may have been short and sweet,
Putney design group Consider has won a three-way pitch to create the annual report for the London Business School. The group already works on print literature for LBS.
The Hub Agency has rebranded one of Scotland’s largest independent estate agents, Clyde Property. Simplified to Clyde, the five-figure rebrand spans new shop facades, vehicle livery, signage, property schedules and
With roots in Renaissance tile making, renowned ceramics manufacturer Bitossi established a new path in the 1950s under the creative direction of Aldo Londi, a craftsman who climbed the ranks
Above my desk, I have a packet of Leo Dried Peas. The packet is illustrated with a poor quality, and deeply unappetising, picture of shiny, luminous green peas, at the
With mobile phone brand O2 poised to launch i-mode technology in the UK, what opportunities will such technology afford brand owners and designers? Japan’s 40 million i-mode subscribers can use
The University of the Arts has been named as the UK’s university with the lowest overall satisfaction rating among its students, according to a Sunday Times survey. The UK’s top
Samsonite is establishing its first global design headquarters in London and plans to diversify its product mix and roll out more lifestyle accessory items over the next three years. Quentin
The London Design Festival has yet to secure funding for next year, despite record attendances at this year’s events. The festival’s main financial backer, the London Development Agency, part of
Autoban, founded by an interior designer and an architect in Istanbul, produces everything from fashion interiors to quirky furniture that provokes an emotional response, says Trish Lorenz Seyhan Ozdemir and
The Philippe Starck-designed Asia de Cuba fusion restaurant in London’s St Martins Lane hotel is to be redesigned. It is not yet clear if it will be Starck who will
Lambie-Nairn has produced packaging and brand guidelines for O2’s UK roll-out of mobile Internet service i-mode this month.