Projects credited in
- UCA EpsomStudents and staff from the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) Epsom teamed up with Studio TILT to redesign and redevelop the university’s communal space. Following a series of design workshops, over 30 students and members of staff helped realise the project by partaking in a 48 hour co-making marathon. I designed and oversaw the application of the graphic elements. This included the floor and pillar graphics which were based on the idea of the Dopplar effect. The concept being that the s
- Islington Customer CentreBranding, wayfinding and signage package for the redevelopment of Islington Council’s Customer Centre. Working with management, staff and customers in a series of workshops, to develop a simple and intuitive navigation system. Also collaborating with a local disability action group, to help develop an accessible to all look and feel of the graphics. The space was divided into four zones, each with its own colour. Each zone featured repeated floor markings and signage, to depict how each specif
- The Proud ArchivistBranding for The Proud Archivist, a restaurant and venue based in the Kingsland Basin, London. The venue’s name is inspired by the floor to ceiling library that will over time archive every show, exhibition and seasonal chef that resides there. The Proud Archivist’s identity is complex and is based on hundreds of years of archiving tools. Referencing archives of paper, digital and extinct medias to create the look and feel. For example, libraries, city records (once paper and now digital) to t
- Club Chancery LaneTwo supergraphics within a new Club Workspace in Chancery Lane. Both graphics are a play on the geometric floor tile found throughout the building. The first graphic is in the entrance of the building, it moves and changes as you walk through the space. The second is in the atrium of the building and spans over four floors, from the basement, up to the light well above. Work completed at Studio TILT.