The branding for 101, the non-emergency telephone number being launched to sit alongside 999, has been created by 35 Communications.
Architect Hawkins Brown has been given planning consent to redevelop a former 19th century brewery in London’s Stockwell, called The Bottlestore. The £53m project will consist of housing, office space, retail units and a health centre.
The Ship: The Art of Climate Change opens this week at the Natural History Museum. Designed in-house, it aims to deepen our understanding of climate change, and features the experiences of international artists and writers who have travelled to the Arctic as part of the Cape Farewell project.
Designers have re-interpreted the football for the Design Museum Tank’s latest timely extravaganza, Football Fever, which runs the length of the World Cup at Shad Thames, London SE1. Featured are balls by 30 design heroes, including Peter Saville, Barber Osgerby and Timorous Beasties.
A set of ‘storyboard’ paintings by Gro Thorsen will be shown for the first time in London at the Jill George Gallery, London W1, in September.
Northbank has designed a World Cup chart for the kick off of Germany 2006 this week.
The GO 910 is the latest portable navigation device designed by Therefore for Tom Tom. The design group claims it is the world’s first device to store pre-installed maps of Europe, the US and Canada.