Gavin Ambrose, Chloe Legret and Daniel Glazebrook Metropolitan Workshop

Graphic Design students work with London architect

A leading firm of architects, run by a University of Brighton graduate, is undergoing a major rebranding with the help of the university’s Studio 245, a staff and students’ studio.

Neil Deely, 1996 University of Brighton Architecture graduate, is co-founder and partner of Metropolitan Workshop (Metwork), an architecture practice which recently won a Building Design Architect of the Year Award 2017 award.

Graphic Design students have been working on the first stage involving refashioning the company’s website, stationery and logotype. Student Chloe Legret worked on the identity development and said: “As a keen screen printer, I’ve utilised my skills to experiment with print. This has been in the form of pattern making using typography and geometric shapes to reflect forms found within the logo.

Student Daniel Glazebrook collaborated with Gavin Ambrose, the university’s Graphic Design Course Leader and founder of Studio 245, and university typography specialist Maria Geals on the company’s main logo.

Find out about our Graphic Design and Illustration courses and Studio 245.

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