Brandwork for a new boutique cinema project. Taking a heavy dose of inspiration from Art Deco Cool and the quirk of Wes Anderson.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
We’ve been picking up a fair amount of press from our brand evolution for Temper Restaurants. Picking up a Site Of The Day over at Mindsparkle (see here), but a nice article on Creative Boom (here). This was a super creative project that we’re really proud of, so it’s so nice to see it getting […]
We are mighty proud to be showing off our graphic/branding design works, cooked up in the studio with Neil Rankin and Sam Lee for their Temper Restaurants. Six months of blood sweet and charcoal. Case study coming soon, in the meantime feast your eyeballs over here: temperrestaurant.com
We have recently transformed an unloved and dilapidated Georgian bank in the heart of Birmingham into an urban chic, loft style office space. Restoring the heritage building to its former glory and raising the bar on workspace design in the city at the same time. The space is spread over five floors, comprises close to […]
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