Barber Design has designed the Farah vintage clothing brand concession for Paris’ Citadium department store. It designed the concession concept for UK House of Fraser stores last year, using traditional materials and finishes in a ‘contemporary, slick way’, according to the consultancy, aiming to reference the brand’s heritage.
Digital consultancy Code Computerlove has appointed Stefan Shaw as creative director. Shaw, who will report to chief executive Tony Foggett, joins from The Creative Partnership, where he was digital creative director.
Manchester-based digital agency Atmedia has refreshed the online presence of a designer clothing brand Kurt Muller. The new site aims to ‘reflect the brand’s ethos through a modern, simple and clutter-free shopping experience’, according to Atmedia.
Brazilian consultancy Casa Rex has designed the packaging for Lux body lotion for the South African Market. The new designs preserve the gold Lux brand elements, with new swirling graphics and translucent light effects introduced.
Knifedge has created the projection designs for the English National Opera’s production of Wagner’s The Flying Dutchman. The video projections were created by Knifedge video and projection designer Nina Dunn, who worked closely with lighting designer Mark Henderson.
Workplace interiors consultancy Peldon Rose has designed the offices for contemporary music group BMG Chrysalis in London’s West End. It aimed to design an office reflecting the group’s ‘inspirational ethos’ while creating a ‘fun and flexible working environment which fuels creativity.’ The new office features shelving space for awards and a specialist installation wall made up of speakers, varying in size and shape, finished in white to create an art piece.
Holmes & Marchant has designed limited edition Philadelphia packaging, which uses lenticular technology on the lid to reveal images of three dishes that can be made with the cheese. The designs will feature on 300g packs of Light, Original and Garlic and Herb variants.