From 17th century furniture to visionary design projects we create unique design solutions in order to retain integrity to a particular design philosophy. 

 

Dezeen
LAPADA 
Sé London
Caesarstone
Established & Sons
Magnogram
Fornasetti
Lumina
Zaha Hadid
Max Rollitt
Tokyo Designers Week

 

Foster + Partners

Art direction for the
launch campaign of the 
bathroom range TONO
by Porcelanosa.

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Foster + Partners

Catalogue and marketing
collateral design for the 
bathroom range TONO
by Porcelanosa.

 

Dezeen

Identity and online magazine
design for the digital
publisher, 2007–present.
Redesign 2016.

www.dezeen.com

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LAPADA Art
& Antiques Fair

Fair design, advertising
and marketing for the 
Mayfair event, using the
portico pattern design
in print, as well as on
the fabric for the interiors.

 

 

Sé London

Branding, website and brochure designs for all major design fairs

www.se-collections.com

Caesarstone

Global advertising campaigns
and product photography for
the leaders in quality quartz
surfaces, 2010–present

Caesarstone

Salone del Mobile 2016 campaign for ‘The Restaurant’ in collaboration with 
Tom Dixon.

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Installation images
©Peer Lindgreen

Caesarstone

Food and design
concept book, 2016

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Established & Sons

Art Direction, catalogues and marketing collateral for the London based design house

Magnogram

©MichaWeidmann 1995
Design by Micha Weidmann
Movie by Modern Parallax

 

Fornasetti

Website for the Italian
design house

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www.wallpaper.com

Lumina

Design for Lumina’s
lighting catalogues, 2016

Lumina

Art direction and design for
Lumina and Foster+Partners, 2016

Zaha Hadid

Website design for the international architecture practice

Max Rollitt

Website and online catalogue for the interior designer and antique dealer who specialises in 17th century English furniture

2008–2016

 

Tokyo Designers Week

Identity, multilingual
publications and guides
for the international
design fair in Japan