Rodney Fitch is correct when he says that working on stores the size of Wal-Mart presents a challenge experienced by only a few designers. At Crabtree Hall we’ve been involved
The BBC is about to unveil its new enhanced TV service to a viewing public which appears to be tired of new channels. See “News Analysis”
Lloyd Northover Citigate parent company Incepta Group is making a £47.9m bid to acquire Lopex, which owns London consultancy Design in Action. Although the Lopex board is advising its shareholders
Interior designer Nick Dent has created the corporate identity, interiors and a 24sqm mural for a new lounge/bar and restaurant in London’s Shoreditch. Featuring leather sofas, games consoles and listening
The NikeTown London store was developed with BDP Design, not entirely by Nike’s in-house team (DW 25 June). Contrary reports were due to incorrect information from Nike.
Bars and restaurants designed with a distinctive theme in mind have a unique atmosphere. Bridget Stott soaks it up
It was a canny move by Royal College of Art rector Christopher Frayling to host last week’s Design Focus seminar at the RCA. Coinciding with the college’s design and communications
Former Giant partner Neil Smith has launched a new consultancy following his departure from Marsteller Giant in May. Smith becomes the second of the four Giant founders to go it
Ware Anthony Rust has created the latest catalogue for office equipment supplier Acco’s range of Rexel products.
Leeds consultancy Elmwood has developed an education pack for primary school children as part of an initiative to plant thousands of trees on land owned by Yorkshire Water. The pack
Jane Lewis’s feature Trying times (DW 2 July) outlined the cost in money and effort it takes to get a new product idea accepted for production. My experience, after 30
Shopfitting group CIL International has issued legal proceedings against Vitrashop Ltd, the UK subsidiary of Swiss furniture manufacturer Vitra. Vitrashop launched a system called the Shaker Rail in February, but