`Aliens took my genitalia’, says artist Juliet Gatto via this creation of papier-mâch and wire. Why is it marauding aliens are always so interested in genitalia?
Details are emerging of Millennium projects in London after the publication last week of The London Millennium Study. More than 100 projects are listed in the report (DW 3 February).
Creation Design and Architecture has been appointed to create concepts for a 16-storey building in the Ukraine. – The consultancy has been commissioned by US developer Tracey Equities, which is
The British Design Initiative says its visit to Finland was a `huge success’ for the dozen UK consultancies involved in the export drive. The BDI is planning a similar trade
For those who are firmly of the opinion that big is beautiful, a merger could be one solution to the dilemma of business expansion. Bhavna Mistry reports on one success
Monday 13 March – Showcase of new and newish products from design-led furniture manufacturers, largely for the contract market.
Last week Royal College of Art professor Daniel Weil expressed his aim to “elevate design as an art for the twentieth century”. If we can view those workaday crafts such
RSCG Conran Design has been appointed to design a 24- page colour brochure for the British Nuclear Industry Forum, due out in April. The Jenkins Group has designed new packaging
James Dyson’s new vacuum cleaner is one of that rare breed, a product researched and manufactured in the UK. Its successful reception raises interesting questions about the problems faced by
Designing a wartime garden as part of the Imperial War Museum’s VE/VJ Day celebrations has stirred up a few childhood memories for Sir Terence Conran. During the Second World War
Karen Blee’s innovative, contemporary designs of traditional, hand-woven limited edition rugs for Christopher Farr’s Spring Collection. Until 31st March. Venue: Christopher Farr, 115 Regents Park Road, London NW1. Details: 0171-916
Monday 13 February – Strong and concise graphic images from Polish artist Lex Drewinski. Until 31 March. – Venue: Pentagram Gallery, – 11 Needham Road, London W11.