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The changing face of fast food: Inside the design of KFC’s new urban restaurant

  • Design
  • December 18, 2017
  • Elly Strang
The changing face of fast food: Inside the design of KFC’s new urban restaurant

The rise of fast-casual dining is having an influence on some of the most well known fast food restaurant chains in the business – most recently, fried chicken giant KFC. It opened up an urban restaurant on Fort St in Auckland’s CBD earlier this year. We spoke to the creative branding and design company Saturday about the thinking behind the new space.

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Behind the Smith and Caughey’s Christmas windows

  • Design
  • November 30, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Behind the Smith and Caughey’s Christmas windows

It’s the highlight of the festive season for many shoppers: the day when Auckland department store Smith and Caughey’s opens the curtains at the front of its store to reveal a tiny animated world that’s all about Christmas. Smith and Caughey’s special projects manager Kevin Broadfoot shares the effort that goes into creating it.

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The Dunedin students who sold their way to Shanghai

  • Design
  • November 30, 2017
  • Findlay Buchanan
The Dunedin students who sold their way to Shanghai

Eighteen years of iD Dunedin Fashion weeks, as well as a globally recognised bachelor’s degree in fashion - it appears there is more to Dunedin’s fashion scene than David Bain’s sweater collection. Students Lillian Cotter and Paige Jansen have made their mark there with a pop-up store that funded a research trip to Shanghai.

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From classical to contemporary with Ercol furniture

  • Design
  • November 28, 2017
  • Courtney Devereux
From classical to contemporary with Ercol furniture

As consumer attention shifts, designers are required to evolve with customers while also staying true to their brand. Courtney Devereux talks to Henry Tadros, head of international sales for Ercol furniture, about how mixing classic with contemporary is the key to growing and keeping up with the world of design.

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Citta Design's Imogen Tunnicliffe and David Moreland talk creativity

  • Design
  • November 28, 2017
  • Idealog Team
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Heads of design at Citta Imogen Tunnicliffe and David Moreland were the People's Choice winners for the design category in Idealog and Accenture's Most Creative People. The two are an influential pair, with their design decisions regularly rippling through their category and helping to turn a company that started off as an importer into a major force in the export of New Zealand-designed textiles, homewares and furniture. Here, they discuss creativity, inspiration and the design process.

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