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The Idea Works in Bath has designed a new identity for DBC Foodservice, a 160m business owned co-operatively by Danish farmers supplying bacon and other provisions to caterers and butchers.Negotiations for a 500m shopping centre at White City in west London are nearing completion, with Newark practice Benoy as architect.

Negotiations for a 500m shopping centre at White City in West London are nearing completion, with Newark practice Benoy as architect.

Agenda Design has created a new logo for Courland, the biggest executive search firm specialising in the international automotive industry.

Paper White has been appointed to design a company brochure for Woodstock, manufacturer of customised kitchens and bespoke furniture.

HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, patron of the Chartered Society of Designers, is to speak at the CSD’s Minerva Dinner on 5 June.

Glendola Leisure’s Irish pub Waxy O’Connor’s at London’s Leicester Square was named Pub Design of the Year at The Publican Awards 1996. Interiors are by Frank Ennis, of Dublin’s Frank Ennis & Partners, with Finlay Tinker, director of holding company The Foundation Group.

Amalgam is the designer of Exchanges, a new restaurant at the British Council’s London headquarters.

Sue Stapely, head of public relations at the Law Society, is to join Fishburn Hedges as director designate in June.

The deadline for collecting 1996 Design Week Awards entries is 30 April. Anything remaining after that date will be destroyed. If you want your material back, please call Katie Stainton on 0171-734 0770 to arrange collection.

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