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Look of the Games: Concept
Guidelines, brand, look book, design strategy, style guides
- London 2012 Look book
- London 2012 Publications look book
- Design strategy: London 2012
- London 2012 Olympic emblem guidelines
- London 2012 Retail guidelines
London 2012 Brand introduction
- London 2012 Test events style guide
- London 2012 Olympic pictogram guidelines
- London 2012 Brand expression guidelines
- Simplified style guide for the Olympic and Paralympic news service: September 2011
- Editorial style guide
All links refer to the Olympic World Library
Video: Matthijs Rodijk
Speaker(s): Andy Altman, Professor Ricky Burdett, Jim Eyre, Jim Heverin, Michael Taylor
Chair: Sir Nicholas Serota
Recorded on 15 May 2012 in Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building.
This event brings together the key decision makers and architects of the London 2012 Olympic Games facilities to discuss the architecture and design of London 2012.
Andy Altman is Chief Executive of the London Legacy Development Corporation.
Ricky Burdett is Professor of Urban Studies at LSE and director of LSE Cities and the Urban Age programme.
Jim Eyre is director of WilkinsonEyre Architects.
Jim Heverin is Associate Director of Zaha Hadid Architects.
Nicholas Serota is director of the Tate.
Michael Taylor is Senior Partner at Hopkins Architects.
More info and video/audio download: http://www.lse.ac.uk/newsAndMedia/videoAndAudio/channels/publicLecturesAndEvents/player.aspx?id=1477
The Candidature Acceptance Procedure and Questionnaire is the document provided by the IOC to Applicant Cities in the first phase of the bid process. It contains explanations about the various steps of the application phase until the selection of Candidate Cities by the IOC Executive Board in July 2014.
(from page 49 the IOC questionnaire about venues)
ArchDaily reports that the opposition to Zaha Hadid’s stadium proposal is growing.
Full article: http://www.archdaily.com/436900/
This movie show the process behind the creation of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games identity and the pictograms.