Studio245 works with clients on diverse and engaging social, cultural and environmental projects. We believe that the more interesting and socially engaging the proposal, the greater freedom one can have with deriving and developing ideas.
We have worked with a range of clients, who along with us, believe in the importance of maintaining and promoting a narrative that connects us culturally to our past and future.
We work within graphic design, print and environmental design with two main aims:
To make a difference – culturally enriching our environment and field of vision
To embrace new ways of learning – every project should allow us to explore and develop
We are keen to work with people that want to make a change and embrace new ways of developing projects.
Sir Terry Farrell
Alta Museum, Norway
Brighton and Hove City Council
Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft
Friends of the Pavilion Gardens Cafe
Live Cinema Network, King's College London
North Atlantic Salmon Fund (NASF)
Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
University of Brighton
UNESCO’s World Biosphere Region
For more information contact Gavin Ambrose on 07769 563377 or firstname.lastname@example.org