Spotlight on what’s happening at Design CLD
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“To thrive in retail today, it’s not enough to simply look good and carry great stock….. changing times require a fresh look at the rules of consumer engagement,”
Milroy’s a whisky institution with a reputation dating back to the 60’s asked Design CLD to to help them translate the earthy feel of their much loved Greek Street bar into a new much bigger site near Spitalfields market.
Colourful, fun, creative and fast are four words, I’d use to sum up our latest client, Waka. Waka is an original concept in food, a contemporary fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine all brought to the customer in a fast and fun format. The shape of the hummingbird...
Calling all design graduates – Design CLD are on the look out for fresh and talented young designers
Design CLD, bring WRAP IT UP to Canary Wharf
Harness the power of social media and buzz up your profile
Have you ever wondered what would happen if you said to your designer.. surprise me?
Having travelled halfway round the globe in the name of design it’s a pleasure to create an interior practically on our doorstep.
When there’s no time like now – remember our name
Le Corbusier proclaimed “a house is a machine for living in” but when it comes to houses, we prefer a softer approach.
These days a thing is not a thing unless it has a name. Well now there’s a new thing going round the block – Modern Retro. What’s that? and how is it different from the Retro we all know and love?
You have to be quick on your feet for a night on the tiles
The relocated Pravins jewellery showroom at Cabot circus is open. Design CLD have worked on all aspects of the showroom design.
Amber and silver display stand design at International Jewellery London 2016 (IJL)
Richly finished display cases, sumptuous sofas, and subtle lighting add up to a luxury VIP room for high end jewellers, Pravins.
Successful street food and burrito restaurant WRAP IT UP! has brought a touch of colour to the heart of the city with a brand new interior look developed by Design CLD.
Take away food startup, Noa, launches their first outlet with a fresh design scheme from Design CLD.
The Works is just one of the many high street brands who rely on us to provide design roll-out and planning services with the minimum of fuss.
Theatre entrepreneur, Sally Greene, engaged Design CLD to create a relaxed and welcoming head office suite above Ronnie Scott’s London jazz club.