London’s Unicorn Theatre has confirmed that it will approach designers in the New Year for a ‘massive overhaul’ of its website, www.unicorntheatre.com. The move follows the appointment of Pentagram last
I have finally taken up the role of Chairman at Fitch (DW 6 November) and would like to say a word of thanks.
Structures based on natural forms, photographed by Steve Geliot, adorn the cover of Public Art in the South East, a guide to commissioning public art, produced by Arts Council England
What will your New Year’s resolution be?
At the Four Designers conference last year Johnson Banks principal Michael Johnson challenged students to customise his fruit and veg-themed stamp designs for Royal Mail (DW 20 March 2003). Chris
The Design Museum couldn’t have chosen a better time to announce the shortlist for its second Designer of the Year award (see News, page 3). Coming in the wake of
London design group Pod Three has created a typographically led promotional brochure for the fashion recruitment consultancy Smith & Pye.
The Edward James Foundation is planning to update its identity with the help of Mystery Design, as the West Sussex charitable trust moves to unify and strengthen the profile of
This year looks set to be a bit of a dazzler for cinema design, as multiplexes invest in branding and moves are made toward consolidation among operators. Vue, formerly Warner
The Landscape Institute, the chartered institute for landscape architects, is launching a monthly journal called Landscape, art directed by Mark Burrough of Wardour Communications.
Luxurious Texan ranch-style accommodation in Norfolk may sound a little wacky, but the interior designer is hardly conventional. Pamela Buxton tips her ten-gallon hat to Shaun Clarkson
The Design Museum has named four candidates for its £25 000 Designer of the Year award. Multimedia designer Daniel Brown is nominated for his Play-create and Show Studio websites; product