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Bite-sized fit-out

As a PR agency, Bite briefed its designer, Brinkworth, in much the same way it would be briefed itself when pitching for work. Bite 'wanted to avoid being prescriptive', to give the designers a sense of 'our brand, our people and the way we work', and for Brinkworth to 'come back with four or five possible design solutions that we can present to the group'.

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