MetaDesign in Berlin has created three new partners. Pia Betton, Charly Fech and Bruno Schmidt double the number of partners at a group which has spread its wings to San Francisco and London and grown its staff ten-fold in recent years.

Tuch has created ads, invitations, a poster and an explanatory leaflet for a “happening” by installation artists Cornford & Cross at the Bluecoat Gallery in Liverpool on 29 March.

Pyott Design has created the identity for Castle Royle Golf Club in Berkshire, which has just been acquired by Pyott’s client, Clubhaus.

Elmwood continues its work for the Phoenix dance company with a brochure which simultaneously marks the company’s first 15 years and looks ahead. The brochure follows the Leeds consultancy’s previous work for Phoenix, also based in Leeds, which has included a corporate identity in 1995.

Nucleus Design is to create a new brand identity for specialist paper supplier Falkiner Fine Papers, which was recently bought by MoDo Merchants.

Northern Ireland-based Main Street Marketing has created packaging for Ditty’s Irish Oatcakes. It worked on development of the glueless carton design and the graphics.

Timothy Guy Design carried out design and project management of GE Lighting’s new catalogue, entitled Spectrum. The colour-coded document, in 16 languages, features more than 1000 products.

Pitman Senior is to redesign the identity for shower enclosures company Daryl Industries, after redesigning its brochures and consumer advertising.

Arctic Ale and Cobnut Ale are two of several seasonal guest ales from Carlsberg-Tetley which are appearing at various points this year, all with branding and bar pump clips designed by WPA. The consultancy’s managing director, Miles Pinfold, says imbuing the brews with some authentic branding cues was a key aim: ‘There are a lot of spurious ales out there which are just clichéd.’ Arctic Ale was originally a special ale brewed for two Arctic expeditions in 1875.

The Prince’s Trust annual review has been created by London group SEA Design.

The consultancy which ranked equal ninth in our product design chart (Top 100, DW 21 March) is called Product Partners, not Product Partnership as stated.

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