Brasserie Blanc

We have just uploaded the shoot from Brasserie Blanc, Fulham Reach to the website and we're really pleased with how this one turned out. The building was a bit of a challenge with it being egg shaped and glazed on all sides but this led us down the route of the central feature bar which works to draw people into the space and provide a focal point from the outside.

A great project to end the year on, bring on 2018.



Baker and Chase Estate Agents

We recently worked with a local estate agent to design the shopfront of their first premises in Enfield. Taking their existing branding we designed a clean, sharp, contemporary facade that would reflect the high quality of the properties and stand out against the competition on the high street.

The client had a clear view against using illuminated light boxes so we worked closely with Jay Signs to develop a halo lit, powder coated sign that sits off from the stone facade and glows at night.

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RED's True Barbecue Sheffield - Handover

We hand over out latest project on the 4th of April for Red's True BBQ in Sheffield. Inspired by old smoke houses and old peoples homes, this site is something special, with some truly fun little touches.

On the site of the old Cafe Rouge and occupying two floors, we aimed to bring a house party feel to Ecclesall Road and the people of Sheffield, tapping into the strong student presence in the area.

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The Contiki Basement refurbishment

We handed over our latest project last week for Contiki, an Australian based travel company specialising in round the world trips fr 18-35 year olds. We were approached with the task of refurbishing their basement check-in space in central London for a relatively small budget and 4 week window to complete the works. Previously the basement was dark with no connection to their strong branding and identity along with a lot of wasted space and redundant storage rooms cluttering the layout.

Our approach was to strip the space out back to a shell and add in the elements that they need from an operational perspective first to make the layout flow. The design was based around creating a space for socialising, relaxing and having fun, as this will be the first calling point for overseas travellers coming into London, many of which will have had a long trip or will arrive in the early hours of the morning.

In this post are before and after shots of the main entrance, the first thing you see when you come through the door. In the before shot you can see that it was decorated with flags, leaflets and the first thing you saw were a set of fire doors. We gave them dedicated spaces for leaflets and brochures, hid the fire doors, added in hand painted artwork linked to their branding and lightened up the space to give it  a loft vibe.

Final photo shoot coming soon.