Category: branding

Brand Design For Hospitality

23rd August 2022/0/0/

Hello! I have been been busy working away on something special. A branding course that is going to be available on Domestika later this year. In the course I’ll talk you through our creative process, our methodology – how we approach our branding projects. I’ll share tips, advice and strategic food for thought (excuse the […]

branding, hospitality, Our Process, Press Coverage

Site Of The Day

17th June 2022/0/0/

Thanks to the folks at Mindsparkle for making Coal House their Site Of The Day today! Over here. Check out the website over here: coalhouse.co.uk

branding, website design, workspace

Coal by name, green by nature

6th June 2022/0/0/

A year in the making, our latest workspace project, Coal House has just gone Live. Coal House is an inspiring and progressive workspace, with an industrial-chic aesthetic. It’s undergone a stylish refurbishment to give sustainability-conscious businesses the opportunity to thrive in an ultra-green environment –with all the perks. Working closely with developer Create, we created […]

branding, website design, workspace

And now for something completely different

13th February 2022/0/0/

Although we’ve specialised in hospitality and workspace projects, that’s not to say we can’t work outside of these industries. We were recently tasked with creating a brand and website for a new family law practice called Bloombudd. View the site over here.   Founded by Zoë Bloom and Hannah Budd, BloomBudd is a new boutique […]

branding, website design

Making Cinemas Part II

20th April 2021/0/0/

Brandwork for a new boutique cinema project. Taking a heavy dose of inspiration from Art Deco Cool and the quirk of Wes Anderson.  

branding, hospitality

Khai Khai

10th November 2020/0/0/

What a year! We actually started this project in 2019, and then it got caught up in the awful virus. But a global pandemic is not going to stop this one. Introducing Khai Khai. A new F&B concept opening soon…

branding, hospitality, interior design, New work

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

What’s In A Name?

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

The Space Where Interiors and Graphics Meet

22nd February 2020/0/0/

An example of how we like to intertwine our creative thinking, merging interior and graphic design in our approach: When designing Kricket’s first bricks and mortar restaurant in London’s Soho, our interiors team placed some fish scale tiles on the wall in the basement. A couple of years later, when our graphics team were designing […]

branding, In Venue Graphics, interior design, restaurant design, website design

For the love of maps

25th June 2019/0/1/

At Run For The Hills we are known for our fondness of a graphic map. We love designing local area maps for our restaurant and workspace clients. Here are some of our favourites:   JUNCTION A local area map of Uxbridge for our workspace project, Junction. See it full screen over here: junctionuxbridge.co.uk  STORYLINES Our […]

branding, maps, Uncategorized