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Design Week 6h
The James Dyson Award has announced this year’s international winner, which is a wind turbine that can be used to harness energy in the middle of cities
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Design Week 9h
New look for Lego Education aims to capture a “sense of curiosity” - has carried out the project, which includes a Lego brick-based visual system, a “playful” tone of voice and imagery of children engaging with the kits
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Design Week 11h
The prime minister revealed the first draft of the UK’s withdrawal agreement from the EU on 14 November, to much controversy. We analyse the policies and look at how they could affect the creative industries in the transition period and beyond
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Design Week 12h
. has designed a new place brand for Azerbaijan that aims to attract tourists to discover its “untold stories and secrets” and to show that there is more to it than “oil, carpets and Eurovision”
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Design Week Nov 15
When past generations imagined what our homes would look like now, did they get it right? The Home Futures exhibition at the compares how past generations imagined we might live in the future, to today’s reality
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Design Week Nov 15
What will the workspace of the future look like? Vitra explores new concepts - Ideas at the Orgatec trade fair in Cologne include a super-flexible space, a shared space by and a company home
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Design Week Nov 15
“The truth of the West Coast is that its harsh and unforgiving weather has always forced people to live on the terms of the land. But this tension produces interesting things: ingenuity, craft, stories, and new ways of thinking.”
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Design Week Nov 14
Big Issue redesign: “It’s not just about the homeless – it’s also about culture” - After the weekly publication's redesign we speak to art director Ross Lesley-Bayne about why the Big Issue was due a refresh
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Design Week Nov 14
Creative Equals has announced a two-week "boot-camp" that aims to get women who have left jobs in the creative industries, because of maternity or carers' leave, back into roles
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Design Week Nov 14
From the archive: A visual tribute to the victims of the Manchester terror attack - the fundraising book, inspired by Tony Walsh’s poem This is the Place, features contributions from Manchester creatives including Peter Saville and Malcolm Garrett
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Design Week Nov 14
A wayfinding system that aims to encourage exploration has been created for the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London, by CCD Design and Ergonomics
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Design Week Nov 14
Which women from design history do you feel deserve more recognition?
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Design Week Nov 13
Pentagram’s Marina Willer released a personal documentary about her Jewish father’s escape from Nazi rule during World War Two. We spoke to the graphic designer about her first feature film
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Design Week Nov 13
From the archive: ’s illustrated identity for “Dino Snores” sleepover at the Natural History Museum - The studio also created an accompanying magazine for the children’s event, featuring brightly coloured dinosaur illustrations
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Design Week Nov 13
The has been redesigned to show that it's "not just a magazine about the homeless - it's also about culture":
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Design Week Nov 13
Gender equality organisation has announced a two-week "boot-camp" to get more women back into roles in the creative industries:
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Design Week Nov 13
How Mexican chain has been rebranded to feel like an "independent":
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Design Week Nov 13
"If you can’t get something, you make it. If you can’t make it, you make do” ...one local resident's words that inspired the new branding for Tasmania's West Coast.
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Design Week Nov 13
The Duke of Edinburgh Award has launched a global campaign that looks to highlight the importance of “non-formal education” to young people across the world
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Design Week Nov 13
When past generations imagined what out homes would look like now, did they get it right?
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