With some websites now celebrating their tenth birthday, Design Week asked a selection of influential people involved in on-line design to nominate their favourite Web design. This is what they
Barcelona’s new Torre Agbar building has been described as phallic and as resembling London’s Gherkin. But it’s interior is as impressive as the exterior and posed just as many design
I agree with the sentiments of Mark Cox (Letters, DW 5 January), who is just as confused as me regarding the work of Adam Ellis that appeared a month earlier
Fine artist Simon Henwood has created a children’s toy called Klong for Playbeast. The creature is designed to double as a scarf, comforter or pillow.
Jack Morton Worldwide will next week open an office in Beijing, its first presence in mainland China. According to Lois Jacobs, president international for Jack Morton Worldwide, the move is
Alice Rawsthorn had a profound effect on the Design Museum’s fortunes, so why is her ‘departure’ shrouded in secrecy? Scott Billings investigates Alice Rawsthorn’s (pictured) sudden departure as director of the
In the Financial Times this week, John Gapper argued that brands are worth more than designers. He was writing in the context of fashion, where names such as Tom Ford
Qatar National Bank has appointed Allen International to design a ‘branch of the future’. It hopes to retain Qatari customers, while also attracting ex-pats.
Aga Foodservice Group has appointed Green Room Retail to create a fresh retail concept for its ten jointly-branded Aga and Fired Earth outlets. It is the first time the company
Cars may only take you from A to B, but some are more stylish than others. Hugh Pearman reminisces about the classic Citroën CX and says the original is the
Concern about ethical and health issues, from clothing and food, appears to be forcing retailers to reconsider product, packaging and interior designs, giving rise to a new breed of eco-friendly
Tropicália was, in a way, Brazil’s version of the Swinging Sixties, but with more of a political agenda. As with most things Brazilian, the movement had its origins in music