Following an “identity crisis”, the location app has repositioned itself with a focus on the B2B sector with a minimalist aesthetic.
Beavertown’s creative director Nick Dwyer talks to Design Week about inspirations, the different creative process behind the brand’s new range and drawing lots of hair.
The guides are the next stage in the Royal Docks’ Public Realm Framework project, and stipulate how designers might ensure the spaces are accessible, useful and inclusive for all Londoners.
The colour institute has chosen a “pairing” for the first time in its 22-year history – which it says is especially suited to home offices and sportswear.
London design studio Templo has created a new visual identity and data graphics for the UK’s independent adviser on climate change.
Based on the content of the Fantastic Beasts films, the exhibition explores mythical creatures alongside real-life ones in the name of conservation.
Beetles found in Britain will adorn the delivery boxes for the brand, as well as packaging materials, gift certificates and owner certificates.
Collaborators Tom Fraser and Simon Tong have unearthed music from Mirabel Lomar – which was previously kept a family secret.
Less But Better has been curated and designed by London-based Systems Studio and aims to introduce the German designer’s work to “new audiences”.
The platform has been designed by Thompson Brand Partners and covers several different topics relating to vulva health and body confidence.