A device used to dry out bales of cut hay is this year’s winner of the Glasgow 1999 Design Medal. Glasgow School of Art product design engineering graduate Gavin Armstrong’s
John Lewis has topped a Which? league table to find Britain’s best shops, winning plaudits for its store environment, staff and products. The survey of 14 000 people finds that
Jannuzzi Smith is developing the signage and branding for the Royal College of Art’s new campus in London’s Battersea. Having worked on a rebrand for the RCA in 2007, the
Entries are being sought for this year’s European Design Awards. The deadline to enter the awards is 14 February.
The Public’s interactive gallery ‘is not worth the entry price’, according to the Arts Council, which refused further funding to the beleaguered West Bromwich arts centre yesterday.
The Brand Union has promoted managing director Simon Bailey to the role of UK chief executive.
Original works by Peter Saville, the Chapman Brothers, Daisy de Villeneuve and Carsten Höller will be folded into paper planes and thrown from the top of The Hospital Club in
Harrogate-based consultancy Robot Food is working on packaging designs for home, kitchen and tableware company Robert Welch.
The subways and pedestrian labyrinths around London’s Waterloo station could be eradicated and transformed into a ground-level streetscape, under design concepts to be unveiled later this week. Design Week can
Debates are being held to bring design on to the agenda at the World Economic Forum annual meeting which starts in Davos, Switzerland, today. The overall theme of this year’s
The Government’s public services website Directgov is looking to develop a raft of digital touchpoints based on emerging technology, and has appointed Digit to a long-term project.
David Kimpton, one of the three founders of Hat-Trick Design, is leaving to set up his own group. Kimpton will leave next month and his new consultancy will start up