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Quentin Newark, the designer of the new and much-derided RIBA logo, shrugs off the criticism. He believes that it will be short-lived and that, for the first time, the institute has a consistent identity across all its activities Quentin Newark is a large and very patient man who appears to be not the least put out by the mauling he has received from some quarters over his new crest for the RIBA. For a start, he says, the crest is only one component of an extensive overall corporate ...
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