When working with architectural projects, we add the human factor to the spaces designed by our clients. Borrowing tools from the fashion industry, we merge with perfection the look of the models with the style of the spaces.Read More
The Representation of the People Act 1918 was passed on 6 February 1918.
This act gave women over the age of 30 who met the specified property requirements the right to vote for the first time. (Women under 30, and who didn’t meet the criteria, had to wait another ten years for the privilege.)
To celebrate alongside all women, we are publishing today the pictures we took for Vivien Wilson, costume designer, who recently worked in an immersive theatre performance celebrating the 100th anniversary of the British suffragettes. The project wanted to emphasise not only the achievements of the suffragettes but also the struggles of all women throughout history and in different parts of the world.Read More
"Less is more"
The famous phrase by Robert Browning in his poem “Andrea del Sarto", then adopted by Mies van der Rohe and many others, has been once again the main inspiration for one of our projects.
When approached by Chiara Martinelli, jewellery designer, to revamp her brand and shoot for her new collection, Cotton Candy, we started to brainstorm together. As the brand is based in Brighton, the first inspirations were analogies with the world of the fun fair, the circus, and the dreamy Fellini-style seaside scenarios.