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To paraphrase Ray Bradbury, we love print because “computers don’t smell”…

In this digital age, it’s always refreshing to be asked to print some of the jobs we handle. To produce something tactile and tangible creates a very different impression and gives the end-user a more personal relationship with the work.

Client:
Colliers International

Leading Hotels and Resorts brand, Jumeirah, was creating a Mayfair development of apartments and suites. Colliers International was asked to pitch for the marketing of the project and needed a bespoke, hard-bound presentation book to help set out its credentials, its understanding of the market and its approach to the task in hand. Once again, a piece of print was able to make all the difference.

Client:
SAI Global/Rolls Royce

Existing client SAI Global, experts in Risk Management, had worked with Rolls Royce for a number of years. When they were asked by RR to devise and write a new Code of Conduct, they needed a design partner to create something which would evolve the previous version’s ‘look and feel’ and also fit within the Rolls-Royce brand guidelines. The print and production element included translation into 17 languages and distribution to an equal number of locations.

Client:
Savills

We were asked by international property agents, Savills, to design a new set of Residential Property Buying Guides. Initially covering five European countries, each guide gave potential buyers all of the information they needed about the country and the buying process.

Client:
Aga Khan Development Network

As part of our role with the Foundation, we were asked to originate designs for what was to become a one-off, case-bound book, outlining plans and objectives for the building of a new Ismaili Centre in Paris. It was a sensitive and confidential document which we were privileged to have a hand in.

Client:
Colliers International

Colliers has offices in all major UK cities and it is this regional presence and unified approach to doing business that it wished to convey in its Annual Review. The 2016 version was to be a newly designed document for both screen and print, 56 pages in all, with a strong visual theme and concept running through. With each office playing its part, getting a consensus on the overall design was the biggest challenge and we’re pleased to say this was achieved.