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25th May 2021/0/0/

Miscellany noun 1. A group or col­lec­tion of different items; a mixture. ‘‘A mis­cel­lany of rooms’’ —- Miscellany is our new diffusion service, offering bite-sized design help and ready-to-go Insta-Looks at wel­com­ing­ly afford­able rates. Allowing our interior design team to work quickly over Zoom with clients on smaller, more contained projects, meaning they can offer […]

Bondi Green

15th December 2020/0/0/

Our brief Bondi Green is the second space that Run For The Hills has designed for the Daisy Green Collection, following our work creating Scarlett Green in Soho. This latest venue is West London’s newest and most expansive al fresco bar and restau­rant, set within a huge, light-filled, double height space at the base of […]


1st December 2020/0/0/

Welcome to Avonside We were tasked with branding a former Dairy Factory on the banks of the River Avon in the heart of Wiltshire. Our clients, Create, have ambitious plans for the project, to turn the rein­vent­ed Avonside into the town’s new creative quarter, by intro­duc­ing a fresh approach to what a ‘workspace’ will be […]

The Able Butcher

30th August 2020/0/0/

Culinary Artistry Repositioning a meat-focussed restau­rant in a hotel in the heart of car­niv­o­rous Eastern Europe as a Vegan friendly des­ti­na­tion was a tough ask, par­tic­u­lar­ly when the venue in question has ‘Butcher’ it’s name. So we decided to play on the knife skills of the butcher, inventing a lib­er­at­ing new F&B posi­tion­ing around ‘Culinary […]

Seoul Bird

21st July 2020/0/0/

Judy Joo, the world-renowned Korean American chef, approached us to help with branding and interiors for Seoul Bird, her new restau­rant spe­cial­is­ing in crispy, double fried, Korean-style chicken. Taking cues from tra­di­tion­al Korean lattice work for the gantry and the logo, we wanted the brand identity to be dis­tinc­tive, original and instantly recog­nis­able. In a […]

Ok Please!

26th June 2020/0/0/

HWKRMRKT Our friends in the North, Dabbawal, were invited to become one of the inaugural street food brands in the new HWKRMRKT, a shipping container village under the Tyne Bridge in Newcastle. Going back to Dabbawal’s roots as one of the UK’s original street food pioneers, they asked us to help them brand and design […]

Introducing The Pass

20th June 2020/0/0/

We are excited to finally reveal a project close to our hearts that we have been working on during lockdown. Hospitality is one of the many indus­tries that has been massively affected by the Coronavirus and it’s an industry we know and love being spe­cial­ists in hos­pi­tal­i­ty design. We have all watched the impact on […]

branding, hospitality, New work

Kricket Soho

18th June 2020/0/0/

Kricket’s New Home Kricket is the brain­child of chef Will Bowlby and front of house Rik Campbell, spe­cial­is­ing in modern Indian small plates. Their tiny and much talked about first eatery, was squeezed into a shipping container within ‘Brixton Pop’. Kricket Soho is their brand new restau­rant on Denman Street. We were delighted to be appointed to design Kricket […]

Kids Room MakeOver

15th April 2020/0/0/

In an ideal world, we’d all be living in huge prop­er­ties where we could re-designate a large guest room (or Granny’s room) and turn it into a makeshift home-school or kinder­garten for the duration. Somewhere with its own dedicated door, which can be closed on the strike of 3pm. Somewhere we could set up with […]

interior design, Uncategorized

Tips on naming

6th April 2020/0/0/

Name gen­er­a­tion is a tricksy business. There is no right way to go about it. It’s hugely sub­jec­tive. Sometimes it’s very personal to the founders of the brand or project and therefore they should lead. If they have a strong pref­er­ence for something we let them run with that. A branding project normally begins with […]

branding, Opinion Piece