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London consultancy MJ Productions has completed a new identity, corporate literature and membership pack for the Civil Service Medical Aid Association.

Award winners at the first week of The New Designers show include Dan Dineen from the University of Central England, Aikaterini Kontogiorgou from Nottingham Trent University, Rachel Clark from Edinburgh College of Art, Matthew Eiserbeck from Swindon College and Victoria Johnson from De Montfort University.

The Prince of Wales, patron of a new theatre project in Gdansk, Poland, brought in Branson Coates, in conjunction with local group Marcin Kozikowski Associates, to create interior concepts for presentation boards to be used for fund-raising. If money is secured, the UK consultancy will be retained.

Mothercare has appointed 20/20 to develop a concept for its new acquisition, the out-of-town Childrens World chain.

The Financial Times has launched a competition for the design of a new footbridge spanning the Thames from Southwark to the steps of St Paul’s cathedral. Closing date for first-stage entries is 25 September, after which five entrants will receive 5000 each to develop their designs.

Parnham College furniture design student Nic Joly has scooped both The Smallpeice Award for design and The Oldham Business Award at the graduate exhibition in The Gallery in London’s Cork Street. Joly wins a total of 3200 in prize money.

The Design Museum building was designed by the then Conran Roche, not Stanton Williams as stated last week. Stanton Williams worked on the interiors of the museum.

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