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  • Only a few days ago the Royal Shakespeare Company's departing artistic director, Michael Boyd, suggested in the Guardian newspaper that the RSC's best option for a home in London would be to create a flat-pack replica of its Stratford-upon-Avon auditorium.

    The Comédie-Française Pops Up in Paris

  • Qatar build up 2022 World Cup bid with flat-pack stadiums

    World Cup hosts Qatar organise sporting PR disaster

  • Still, Ikea benefited from increasingly cash-conscious consumers, attracted by its low-cost furnishings and flat-pack, self-assembly furniture.

    Ikea Profit Rises on Continued Growth

  • So in 2005, Motivation launched a flat-pack wheelchair made to their design in China in an effort to increase production and to get the chairs to more remote locations, such as North Korea and northern Iraq, where it was difficult to set up workshops.

    Wearing a Philanthropic Heart on Their Designs

  • Like Giraffe or Carluccio's, it is a modern, minimalist flat-pack canteen.

    Norwich's 10 best budget eats

  • Avoid buying a flat-pack bike online and assembling it incorrectly.

    Bike to school – kids like it, and so would you | Laura Laker

  • In a separate but related development, hardware retailer Nailemup Direct has launched a new 'DIY Romanian Dictator Kit', which includes many of the products already seeing sales growth along with a flat-pack gallows and a copy of Hansard.

    Sharp Upturn in DIY Sector Lifts Retail Hopes

  • He has used his large fortune to improve the lot of ordinary Russians and can talk enthusiastically about such unfashionable themes as flat-pack housing and potatoes.

    Alexander Lebedev: profile

  • In a separate but related development, hardware retailer Nailemup Direct has launched a new 'DIY Romanian Dictator Kit', which includes many of the products already seeing sales growth along with a flat-pack gallows and a copy of Hansard.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • For example … swedish flat-pack giant Ikea must cut more jobs than previously announced as the financial crisis continues to weigh on demand for its furniture, founder said (WSJ & Guardian).

    New Home Sales Fell by 26% in 2007

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