Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Campaign //Recruiting

Campaign are currently looking for a_____________________

Middleweight Interior Architect – Minimum 4yrs Experience

Campaign is a London based design workshop set up to push the boundaries of the consumer experience.

The team at Campaign develop integrated brand experiences primarily though interior architecture and graphic design. The team is hands-on in exploring different media and methods in order to tell unique and engaging brand stories.

We are keen to recruit to our growing team_

A Middleweight Interior Architect

Providing assistance in__

The creation of concepts for a luxury retail client

3D design and rendering

Confident in project management, taking on projects from start date to completion

Ability to create & work on construction drawing packages

Competent in detail drawing


Strong working knowledge of Vectorworks

Knowledge Rhino, Cinema 4D and Studio Max

Fluent in Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign

Strong visual & verbal communication skills

Fluent in English

Minimum 3 years professional post graduation experience

Please note that salaries will be discussed upon interview and assessed through level of experience for all roles.

Applications to be emailed to Neil Sharman/

Please send us your application in combination with your CV. Send only PDF portfolios and/or websites.

Please apply to


Location:Campaign recruiting

Jean Nouvel/Serpentine Pavilion, London

This years pavilion has been designed by the Gold medal winning architect Jean Nouvel.

Quite experimental and very red one would say.


Saturday, 20 March 2010

Alice Anderson's Time Reversal

Whilst out and about on soho's Beak Street we came across this. Rapunzel
Rapunzel let down your hair!!


Wednesday, 17 March 2010

Campaign//Todd Bracher

Todd is a great friend of the studio and we love his latest work with Cappellini.

In Milan next month Italian brand Cappellini will launch this cantilevered stool by New York designer Todd Bracher.

Here’s a tiny bit of text from Cappellini:

Stool A

LODIA – design: Todd Bracher 2010

Stool produced with metal tube and steel plate, seat cut by laser, black plastic feet. Available in two heights, Alodia is matt varnished in white, anthracite, mustard, green, light blue and avio blue colours.

Low stool cm. 46 x 54 x 72 h. inch 18 x 21,25 x 28,50 h.
High stool cm. 46 x 54 x 82 h. inch 18 x 21,25 x 32,25 h.



Campaign//La Tempestad

Perhaps our most wild feature yet, La Tempestad run a feature on the Dr. Martens project. Welcome Mexico, La Tempestad is a fantastic magazine!!



Monday, 15 March 2010


Our great friend Sophie over at Trekstock heights today unveiled the Trekstock 'Loves collection' over at Browns Focus, we love it, I hope all of you do too. I am gunning for the Richard Nicoll scarf.

from Trekstock

'Trekstock Loves' launches today in Browns Focus, pictures from the window attached for one week only!

Please check out the collection, with special thanks to House of Holland, Ksubi, James Long, LPBG, MariaFrancescaPepe, PPQ, Richard Nicoll. All proceeds for the sale of the SS10 collection go to the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Pass on and spread the word, we hope you enjoy!

Well done Soph!!


Friday, 5 March 2010

Campaign Shortlisted for Design Week Award

We were recently shortlisted for a Design Week Award for best Retail Interior, we were really proud to find ourselves amongst such great company.



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E2 8DD

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Campaign & Dunhill: Dezeen

The Dunhill Momentary Project just made Dezeen.

Direct from Dezeen//

March 5th, 2010

London designers Campaign have created an installation in New York for fashion brand Dunhill, which features the outlines of a Georgian house picked out in aluminium frames.

Called NY 11-18-02-10, the project was installed in a warehouse during New York Fashion Week last month and included a temporary shop, exhibition and event space.

Laser-cut, powder-coated aluminium panels depicting outlines of Georgian architectural details were suspended from the ceiling over a black rubber floor.

Photographs are by Frank Oudeman.

The information that follows is from Campaign:

London based studio Campaign has collaborated with luxury men’s brand dunhill on NY11-18-02-10. dunhill commissioned Campaign to realize their vision for a temporary installation during New York Fashion Week, a vision that challenged whether it is possible to move the grandeur of the brand home in London to NYC momentarily.

Taking up residence in one of the last remaining archetypal disused warehouse spaces in the Meatpacking district of the city for one week, NY 11-18-02-10 recreates Bourdon House, the home of Alfred Dunhill in London, offering a rare opportunity to experience the unique atmosphere of this extraordinary Georgian London House.

The installation recreates an ethereal facade of Bourdon House with 22 separate 3m x 1.5m and 2mm thin laser cut white powder coated aluminum panels. The panels are suspended from the ceiling using unistruts to hover dramatically over a black rubber floor. A lifesize vinyl of the Bourdon House exterior and its Mayfair environs completes the streetscape. The drama and theatricality of the space are further heightened through the use of photographic lights in an arrangement designed in collaboration with New York Photographer Frank Oudeman.

Beyond the small and self-contained lobby entrance, the three distinct spaces of Bourdon House, the Archive and the Garden are contained within a vast 600sqm interior.

Reminiscent of a Georgian interior temporarily hosting dunhill’s Autumn/Winter 2010 collection, this space will display 30 key looks on bespoke made easels and frames complimented by antique brass clothes rails. The mirror above the fireplace provides a frame to project a film of the latest dunhill Paris presentation. Selected pieces from the Alfred Dunhill museum can be admired alongside a limited edition range of products that can be bought.

A modern interpretation of an English garden in the space can also be discovered. Channeling the essence of a memorial garden, visitors can – through the magic of projection – enjoy the sights and sounds of London’s buzzing Mayfair while sitting on ‘park’ benches, each bearing the engraved plaque ‘Alfred Dunhill – 1872 – 1959 – he would have loved this place’.