• Nike Redesign London HQ
  • Posted 12 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 7596 Views
  • With the help of London-based creative agency Rosie Lee, Nike have given their UK headquarters a total redesign with the aim of utilising their rich archives to bring the workspace to life. Divided across three floors, the distinctive product and heritage areas have each been given their own colour scheme, imagery, and inspirational quotes and slogans, while the reception area brings the surrounding London landscape inside with traditional symbols of the metropolis. To make this concept a reality, Rosie Lee brought in a team of various illustrators, artists, and interior designers to make sure the Nike archive was used to its full potential.

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    • meh.
    • adam. Posted 12 months ago · 31 Reply
    • So average
    • Maz Posted 12 months ago · 14 Reply
    • those stools look uncomfortable. the other comments make me laugh though. everyone's a critic.
    • nfn Posted 12 months ago · 25 Reply
    • more desks and chairs, less visual jizz.
    • .... Posted 12 months ago · 39 Reply
    • Feel that Ive seen this before. A thousand times.
    • PRN Posted 12 months ago · 5 Reply
    • Jarring. Already looks dated...
    • NR Posted 12 months ago · 15 Reply
  • Trailer: The North Face - Into The Mind
  • 12 months ago · film · 1 Comment · 5249 Views
  • Winter wear label The North Face has presented the trailer to Into The Mind - a documentary that examines several athletes to ascertain what drives certain humans to take extreme risks. Directed by Dave Mossop and Eric Crosland, the film takes a rather philosophical approach to the...
  • Sony Introduce Wireless Head Mounted Display
  • 12 months ago · tech · 2 Comments · 2640 Views
  • Continuing to innovate, Sony have introduced the third generation of their head mounted display to offer users the equivalent of a 750 inch television screen at 65ft distance. Called the rather un-catchy HMZ-T3W, the headset...