November 2007 Online

WWF slams luxury brands

Luxury brands have come under fire from an environmental campaign group, which has lashed out at their unsustainable business practices. Iconic brands such as Bulgari, Hermes and Tiffany & Co


New Welsh arts body launched

Two of Wales’ public arts organisations have merged to form a new body dedicated to supporting the growth of public art in the country. The new organisation, named Safle, which

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Whitespace named Fresh group of the year

The Fresh Digital awards took place last night in Manchester, celebrating the digital design and advertising community outside London. Edinburgh-based digital design consultancy Whitespace beat Manchester group Creative Lynx and

Office design conference today

The role office design can play in helping improve workplace performance will be discussed during a conference being held at Central St Martins Innovation, London WC1, today. What is the

RDI awards ceremony tonight

The Royal Designers for Industry, established by the Royal Society of Arts, is to tonight inaugurate structural engineer Chris Wise as Master of the Faculty of Royal Designers. At the

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Schwall joins Media Square

Media Square has appointed Oliver Schwall, former chief executive of Germany-based ad agency Springer and Jacoby, to the newly created position of chief executive, northern Europe. The appointment of Schwall

East London Design show opens

The East London Design Show kicks off at Shoreditch Town Hall in north London today. Showcasing the work of more than 120 independent designers, from the worlds of furniture, lighting,

AIG in Legible London launch

Transport for London has unveiled an ambitious pedestrian wayfinding system for the capital, designed by Applied Information Group. Nineteen ‘talking’ signs, which pedestrians can call and listen to on their

Doors open on revamp at St Bride Library

Fleet Street’s famous printing and graphics archive, the St Bride Library in London, finally reopened this week following the completion of its £100 000 refurbishment. A new reading room has

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