Lighting designer Jason Bruges is collaborating with Make Architects to create a façade for an office building on London’s Baker Street. The so-called ‘art-façade’ consists of a series of steel lattice masks that will function as a low-resolution screen for Bruges’ light show. The projected lights will be updated continually to create a changing landscape of patterns and moods. The work will be unveiled in March.
The move aims to create a new agency model, according to the marketing group, specifically designed to help brands in a “dynamic media environment”.
Two immersive installations at Amy: Beyond the Stage from set designer Chiara Stephenson seek to show a different side of the troubled singer.
As the year draws to a close, here is our pick of festive and not-so-festive design events that are not to be missed in December.
Illustration-led puzzle companies speak with us about how they have capitalised on a market which has been supercharged by pandemic lockdowns and a desire to “switch off”.