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Caerdydd consultancy Hoffi launched its Big-small chair at the Cardiff Design Festival last week. The festival runs until 22 June. The design is available as a rocker or a flat base, and comes with or without arms.

Duggan Morris Architects has created the interior design for the London headquarters of brand communications consultancy Gyro International, featuring large, translucent, pivoting screens to enclose meeting spaces.

Carter Wong Tomlin has created the brand identity and packaging for a new range of organic chocolates (pictured right) produced by Andy Deberdt. The design is based on the abstract Expressionist work of Robert Motherwell.

Brandhouse WTS has designed the print graphics for 43 South Molton, a members’ club in London for the art, entertainment and media industry. The design is based around the theme of ‘disappear here’.

Chris Williams’ Stargazing Bench will feature as part of the Furniture on the Street exhibition, running from 7 to 8 July at the Bromley by Bow Centre in East London. The exhibition shows work by marginalised young people who have used material reclaimed from demolition sites or destined for landfill.

Waitrose commissioned illustrator Patrick Morgan to design a series of Five a Day in-store leaflets, encouraging customers to incorporate the recommended dose of fruit and vegetables into their diets. The leaflets will run until winter 2007.

The Foreign & Commonwealth Office has commissioned a print project giving safety advice to football fans travelling to Germany for the World Cup. Designed by Heard Creative, the campaign includes a credit card-sized information pack with key telephone numbers and maps.

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