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AVedition, Sep 1, 2004 - Architecture - 159 pages
Navyblue, they say, is the most popular colour in the world, and never out of fashion. The same could be said for the design group, Navyblue, based in Edinburgh and London. With a local, national and international client list for graphic, new media and three-dimensional design, and an eclectic and original approach to client and brief, Navyblue have created a solid body of work and awards in their first ten years. Whether for a communications group such as Orange, a retailer like the Body Shop, a cultural institution such as the Scottish Arts Council or the English National Opera, or a commercial client such as Hilton Group or Miller Homes, Navyblue's committed attitude to their work and their clients has made it one of the most exciting design groups in Europe, with a vibrant past and an exciting future. Book jacket.

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The editor Conway Lloyd Morgan, is a renowned author for design and architecture, who lives in London.

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