The Konek chair (pictured) by Swiss designer Re Meili, which won the Royal Society of Arts’ 1996 student prize, will grace the RSA stand at Spectrum. Among the launches at London’s contemporary furniture showcase will be desks by French architect Jean Nouvel for Bulo, a chandelier by Tom Dixon for Catalytico, office seating prototypes by Fred Scott, Paul Logan and Michael Dye and a stand design by Ron Carter for HNB. Spectrum takes place at the Royal College of Art from 29 April to 2 May.
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Nine designers have been recognised with the accolade, which is awarded each year by the RSA and has previously included James Dyson and Vivienne Westwood.
The old crest had not been touched since the 1970s and was seen by the club to not be communicating well in the modern world.