Summer Round Up: It’s been a great summer here at GWS, there are lots of lovely new faces around the building. Our studio holders have been very busy. Check out their latest news and events below…
Dan Marks Studio
Dan Marks Studio is an RIBA chartered architecture practice based in London. The practice was founded in early 2015 by Dan Marks as a collaborative studio to develop projects at a range of scales; from bespoke furniture to new build and open space/ public realm, whether private residential, commercial, public or cultural.
Young Westminster Foundation
Young Westminster Foundation is a brand new charity based here at Great Western Studios focused on helping young people locally with brighter futures. The foundation is an exciting cross-sector partnership, working with youth clubs, charities, schools, businesses and Westminster City Council. Their business partner programme connects businesses with young people to engage employees and invest in future talent. If you’d like to get involved and help shape opportunities for young people to be healthy, safe and fulfil their best potential, then contact email@example.com.
ITALSPIRITS is a marketing, events and brand activation agency, specialized in providing fresh and sophisticated drinks experiences across of Europe, Russia, Australia and the USA. ITALSPIRITS offer beverage consulting services comprised of professionals striving to provide excellence in the education, development and execution of any beverage related field. They are dedicated to the art of mixology as a specialised craft, as well as to the precision of proper bar management.
Founded in 2014 by London-based sisters, Otiumberg jewellery is both luxurious and practical, beautifully created and reasonably priced, so that each piece will become your own: jewellery made to be worn, shared, given, received, and above all, cherished. Otiumberg was made for the love of jewellery and the love of how women wear it.
Latest news from our Studio Holders…
Run For the Hills
Run For the Hills have a raft of new hospitality openings coming up, including the recently launched Made Of Dough in the heart of Peckham. The up and coming MOD pizza champs first made a name for themselves on the festival circuit, before taking up a residency in Brixton Pop alongside a lot of the youngest and hippest F&B brands, serving up saucy slices to a hip and edgy soundtrack. Shipping container stint behind them, they enlisted Run For The Hills back in the Spring, to help them style up their first bricks and mortar restaurant. The studio got cracking with spatial planning and tech layouts and then gave their new space an edgy gold and black interior design makeover. Adding a RFTH signature topping of in-venue graphics, including a cool fly posted wallpaper mash up. Check out the full Made of Dough case study here.
In other restaurant design news, the studio is also set to launch a new Vietnamese in Notting Hill and are working on the design of several new sites for their Hawaiian sushi clients at Island Poke. The studio has also been shortlisted for two International Design & Architecture Awards for some of their residential design projects, also getting special recognition in the Property Marketing awards for their branding and brochure design work for The Market Building. Busy times indeed.
KPPR are managing the publicity campaigns for five book releases this autumn. Having handled all of Julian Clary’s children’s books series, including the third & most recent ‘The Bolds on Holiday’ in July, the KPPR team will be managing all digital, broadcast & print media opportunities for upcoming titles including: James Acaster (Classic Scrapes – 24th Aug), Fearne Cotton (Yoga Babies – 7th Sept), Vogue Williams (Everything – Release Date TBC) and Rick Edwards (Science(ish): The Peculiar Science Behind the Movies – 5th Oct).