5 September 1996

Muji plans fourth London store

Japanese retailer Mujirushi Ryohin is planning a fourth London store to open in the King’s Road in late October. Design work for the fast-track project will be by McDaniel Woolf

PC behaviour can save seals

This seal may not look like Carter Wong’s Philip Carter, but his initials are PC, after a paper called PC100 from ISTD Fine Paper. You could get to meet him

Budgens interiors to see overhaul

Gown- and wig-maker Ede & Ravenscroft has a new corporate brochure by Edward Briscoe Design. John Herbert Partnership has designed a new interiors concept and updated logo for 105-strong supermarket

Drawing in the audience at CSD

Chartered Society of Designers president Nick Jenkins was the focus of attention at the society’s annual dinner for its Midlands region. He “excelled himself” with an after dinner talk on

Concerns over profit still loom

Designers are still concerned about gaining extra profit despite increased activity and higher turnover per employee, according to the Design Business Association’s latest quarterly survey. The 42 subscribing consultancies surveyed

CSD researches procurement

The Chartered Society of Designers is commissioning independent research in a bid to change Government policy towards the procuring of design consultants. The initiative is masterminded by CSD president Nick

Scotland races on with badge

The Scottish Commonwealth Games team will compete in 1998 under a new badge designed by Edinburgh consultancy Tayburn McIlroy Coates. The dark blue and purple identity features an italicised thistle

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Design Week is carrying out a survey of pay and conditions in the design industry with recruitment agency Major Players and we need your help to compile the data. Please

Facelift for Body Shop interiors?

The Body Shop has appointed four retail designers for its newly formed in-house interiors team, headed by David Grainger. He will work alongside the retailer’s creative director Jon Turner. The

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