Briefs

Southampton Airport’s baggage handling and passenger transit division, has a new identity by Loewy International, a project won after a three-way credentials pitch.

Architectural practice Austin-Smith Lord has won the job of designing a 13.25m extension to Bradford’s National Museum of Photography Film & Television. Exhibition work will follow (DW 22 March).

Structural engineer Buro Happold has a new chairman, Michael Dickson. He succeeds Ted Happold who died in January. Dickson was a co- founded of the practice in 1976.

Tutssels has designed the bottle and label for Bass Brewers new brand Tennent’s Super Ice premium lager.

Radley Yeldar has won a four-way unpaid creative pitch to design Dixons Group’s 1995/6 annual report.

Architecture and interiors group DEGW has formed a new company DEGW International Consulting to serve its international clients. Based in London, the new venture is led by managing director Despina Katsikakis.

The Chase has designed a new brochure for Dorma, the bedwear and bedroom accessories manufacturer.

Stockport’s Tucker Clarke-Williams is creating an anti-drugs campaign for the British Entertainment and Discotheque Association after an unpaid creative pitch.

Aukett Associates triumphed over 49 international entrants to win this year’s MIPIM Office of the Year Award. The winning project was its 12 000m2 Procter & Gamble Headquarters Facility at Brooklands in Surrey.

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