Peter Kent was a designer with immense style and original talent who will be remembered with love and respect by everyone who worked with him.
Adrian Shaughnessy despairs at the inefficient process of public sector tendering.
If you want to see the best in new museum design, who better to ask than the experts?
This year’s Neocon office furniture fair focused on the innovative elements and features that you can add to your existing space, rather than elaborate new master plans, says Barry Jenkins
Petroleum giant Cepsa will begin rolling out a high-end fuel brand this month, with an identity and branding by Twelve Stars. Optima is pitched as an environment-friendly petrol, but its
Mercedes-Benz has announced that its Aukett Fitzroy Robinson-designed brand centre at Brooklands racing track in Surrey will be called Mercedes-Benz World, opening in summer 2006 (DW 30 January 2003). At
An 11th hour attempt to persuade the International Olympic Committee to choose London to host the 2012 games continues today in a concerted effort by a number of design groups.
The Design Business Association has appointed Harriet Devoy, creative director of The Chase, and Pip Brady, managing director of Moon UK, to fill two of three board vacancies left open
1 Electrotecture, a video installation exploring the fusion of architectural and digital spaces, opens this week, designed by Universal Everything, at the Millennium Galleries, Sheffield. The exhibition runs until October.
Fans of sexy, sassy 1980s comics such as Love and Rockets by the Hernandez brothers and Tank Girl by Jamie Hewlett and Alan Martin might feel a sense of nostalgia
Plans for The Freedom Tower, the 1776ft(541m)-high building that will replace the World Trade Center in New York, were unveiled last week by David Childs of architect and multidisciplinary design
Ten students of the Royal College of Art have shared £9000 prize money as part of the 2005 Design for our Future Selves Awards, a scheme to encourage socially aware