Davies Hall has designed a brand identity and packaging for the forthcoming shops by tea and coffee specialist Ringtons. The stores, designed by architect Gavin Monk, are the first retail venture by the family company, which was established in 1907 to sell high-quality tea and coffee. Although specialising in teas and coffees, the shops will also offer some food and accessories. The first store opens in Cambridge this week, with further outlets planned in the coming year.
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