We create interior graphics packages for office interiors that encapsulate your culture and values to build brand engagement.

Sony Music Headquarters in London

We worked with MoreySmith to develop their concept for the Sony Music reception area. A process which resulted in a bold and graphic reimagining the Sony Music paint splash. Produced from neon the installation is a real statement, welcoming staff and visitors into the headquarters. The Sony Music brands are presented as lightboxes, individualising each record label through different materials to match their brand personality.

We partner with architects and interior designers on a brand level. Developing sketches through to design, artwork and technical drawings. The sketches below show the MoreySmith team's original concepts.

Telling Primark’s story with style

Working with MoreySmith we created an engaging visual language for Primark’s London headquarters. From the initial brief to managing the installation, we helped tell the brand’s story with greater style and sophistication.

—Creative concept development
—Wayfinding and signage
—Original art installation design and production
—Full project management

Now the company’s building and people are more closely connected to its brand. Primark loved the final result so much they’re rolling out the new interior graphics across their European offices.

We pride ourselves on the long-lasting partnerships we’ve forged with the architects we work with — it’s how we know our creative concepts are working hard enough to meet their exacting standards.

Delivering change

Having worked with Watermans – one of London’s truly independent arts venues – on a series of successful external projects, we were invited in to rejuvenate their dated brand identity and most challengingly the quirky, grey building they call home.

Adopting a confident visual style of bold typography and playful colours the space was cost-effectively plastered with fly-posters and signage creating an inviting, vibrant environment to reflect the high quality nature of the centre’s cultural offering.

For too long potential visitors had walked straight past the almost unbranded site (often mistaking if for a car park), we thought it was about time they shouted about how great they are.