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To give an area the mood and style you originally had in mind, find a lighting designer. Katy Greaves talks to Arnold Chan about his high-profile projects and finds out
It seems creatives have designs on re-inventing the Gregorian calendar. Taking a leaf from Trickett & Webb’s book, Proctor and Stevenson has issued its 2001 calendar running from February to
The Birds Eye Wall’s heart-shaped swirl logo has been put to use by Woodward & Company for Wall’s latest marketing communication literature.
Last week we lost a valuable friend and an industrial designer of great significance, whose professional life runs like a biography of the British furniture industry. Frederick Scott was an
Consultancies offer poor quality, unprofessional account management and are not pro-active enough, according to a survey of senior marketers. The Signpost Survey of 500 clients by multidisciplinary consultancy 2Influence yielded
Benjamin Rowntree Design has created the identity for national rail body The Strategic Rail Authority, which builds on the previous Shadow Rail
Central Office of Information Communications is assembling a creative roster and inviting consultancies to submit credentials for consideration. Design groups will be judged against “a full set of professional criteria”,
After months of advertising, we received just a tiny handful of applicants for two posts of experienced designer. Of these, two were on extended overseas excursions from their homes in
Illustrator Paul Davis became involved in IBM’s international Black Box campaign after a chance meeting with the late Tony Arafin.
Lime Marketing and Alma Internet are designing a website, citydesigner.com, which aims to promote awareness of conservation within urban design. The site, which launches on Monday, has been set up
Nowicka Stern has designed the interiors for a second Gate vegetarian restaurant, which opens this month in London’s Belsize Village. The restaurant aims to evoke a sense of ‘agricultural utilitarianism’