Bedford-based Bluegreen Design Consultants has devised a new branding device for Point Recruitment. Launched this week, the identity contains a star motif to represent the idea of recruiting the top players in each industry.

London design group Roger Felton Associates has developed a new identity for City law firm Field Fisher Waterhouse.

Scottish family law mediating group Calm has launched a new logo created by Edinburgh group Kirkhill Design Consultants.

Manchester design and advertising group Montage Bridge-water Barron has designed the latest addition to the colourful Texet range of electrical goods. The twin-packs, aimed at the teenage market, contain a watch and calculator or a ruler and key-fob calculator.

Virgin Atlantic’s in-house designer Charlotte Wootton teamed up with architectural group ORMS to develop a “funky” new upper class lounge at Gatwick Airport’s South Terminal, which officially opened last week.

United Designers uses timber, leather and marble to give Grapa’s restaurant, the centrepiece of the Knstlerhaus building in Munich, a classic feel which appeals to its young professional target audience, says a group spokeswoman. The group has redesigned graphics and interiors for the restaurant, plus those for a new confectionery shop and a cigar shop, positioned next door. Meanwhile, the group has revamped Knstlerhaus’ existing café and wine bar to bring them into line with the new identity. The client for the project is Swedish hotel and resort group Mvenpick.

Jasper Jacob Associates was responsible for the design of the Challenge of Materials Gallery at the Science Museum (DW 22 January). Chris Wilkinson Architects designed the gallery bridge.

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