Practice Summary

We are a London-based design studio that evolved from a collaboration between architecture and theatre design. Today, we are a multidisciplinary practice that works across architecture, exhibitions, graphic design, theatre, story-telling, film and animation. At its core, our work is about creating spaces that stimulate experiences.

Having a broad range of skills and expertise gives us the flexibility to work across varied projects, from small scale experimental theatre designs, exhibitions and architecture commissions, to large scale residential, commercial and cultural buildings.

As a practice, we are thoughtful and imaginative, and take great pride in our work being of the highest quality. Collaboration, listening and dialogue are central to our working methodology, and as a curator of multiple creative fields, we are able to offer new design perspectives. Throughout all our work, we create clear systems of thinking, working and communicating, systems that are fully integrated in the overall design process. We have a thirst for excellence and a curiosity of the world that translates to beautifully crafted spaces for people to experience, feel and enjoy.

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What We Do

Selected Clients

  • Victoria and Albert Museum
  • The British Museum
  • Courtauld Institute of Art
  • Wordsworth Trust
  • Aldeburgh Festival
  • Bletchley Park Trust
  • Broadwick Live
  • Canal and River Trust
  • Clwb Ifor Bach CIC
  • Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority
  • Cubitt Greystock
  • Design Museum
  • Opera North
  • Discovery Museum
  • Great North Museum: Hancock
  • IWM London
  • IWM North
  • National Railway Museum
  • Jersey Museum
  • King’s College London
  • Knight Dragon
  • Manchester Museum
  • Dulwich Picture Gallery
  • Natural History Museum
  • British Council
  • Ministry of Stories
  • Museum of London Docklands
  • National Media Museum
  • National Trust
  • Science Museum
  • Nelson Land
  • Ocubis
  • Peabody
  • Venue Lab
  • Phillips de Pury & Company
  • Q New Homes
  • Crossrail
  • Science Gallery
  • Teylers Museum
  • The British Library
  • The Shire Hall Trust
  • Science and Industry Museum
  • V&A Museum of Childhood
  • Vibration Group
  • Wellcome Trust