A graphic design studio, headed by Quentin Newark and Ian Chilvers, with thirty years experience. Hugh Pearman, design critic of The Sunday Times, called Atelier 'excellent'.
Work is deliberately at all scales, of all kinds, from branding to sundials. They love designing everything and work for individuals and some of Britain's biggest organisations and included The Labour Party, NHS, Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh, RIBA, King’s College London, David Chipperfield Architects, Tate and Design Council. Atelier Works are designing the wayfinding for Herzog & de Meuron’s new campus for the Royal Collage of Art, and recently designed a book called Shaping Cities for the LSE, with analytical infographics in the tradition of Charles Booth.
External link: atelierworks.co.uk