Graphic design students have been working on the first stage involving refashioning the company’s website, stationery and logotype.
Neil Deely, who graduated with a degree in architecture from the university in 1996, is co-founder and partner of Metropolitan Workshop (Metwork), a practice of architects, urban planners and designers, founded in 2005 and based in Clerkenwell, London.
He said “I spent many happy years at Brighton School of Architecture. The end of year shows of the art schools in Grand Parade were always the highlight of the year so we were very happy to have the help of the graphic design students with our practice re-branding to mark our 10th anniversary."
Student Chloe Legret, who worked on identity development, said: “I've been focusing on developing the visual language for Metwork through a variety of craft based methods. As a keen screen printer, I've utilised my skills to experiment with print. This has been in the form of pattern making using typography and geometric shapes to reflect forms found within the logo.