We are delighted to announce that Margot Lombaert Studio has started a new collaboration with the British Museum. We are working very closely with the museum to develop the advertising campaign for a major exhibition opening in 2019.
Margot Lombaert Studio is pleased to announce a new collaboration with Plaid London for the Francis Crick Institute. This will be a great opportunity to develop an engaging exhibition and share the work of the amazing people working in this research centre. The exhibition will be held in the FCI in Kings Cross and is due to open early 2019.
We are very proud of our collaboration with Dandydill Way and decided to celebrate Spring and the English blossoming with a new set of photographs. Dandydill Way is a luxurious range of toiletries for children aged 6 months upwards.
Not been yet? You still have a few weeks to go and visit Venom at the Natural History Museum. In collaboration with the museum and interior designers Drinkall Dean, we designed this exhibition that explore our fear and fascination for nature most powerful force.
Until 13th of May
In 2018, there is still a lot of progress to be made in international women’s rights. Woman should have the right to choose who they want to be, and what to do with their body. We are supporting Réseau Fertilité France (R2F) in their action to legalise cryopreservation of eggs in France. We are working in collaboration with this charity to develop their visual identity and hope we will have a positive impact on raising awareness about women’s rights when it comes to fertility preservation.
They just launched their Facebook page today, and this is happening here.
Last year we worked with Phaedra Ensemble and designed the identity of their concert series VOX. The concerts were a big success and we have been asked to design the new poster series for the 2018 sessions. Stay tuned for more music explorations ...
This has been an amazing year for us. We were very busy and completed 17 projects in 2017. Click on the links below to find out more:
09. Workshop and visiting lecturer on Exhibition Design at London College of Communication
10. Visiting lecturer at Cambridge School of Visual & Performing Arts
16. Hackaton Workshop branding at Imperial College
17. Logo design for Yr Ysgwr Museum in Wales
Enjoy the festive season by exploring the V&A Christmas trail, Sounds like Christmas. Until the 6th of January, discover a series of sound installations and activities at the V&A.
Margot Lombaert Studio designed the signage and event's collaterals.
Our dear friends from London based band El Deyma released a new single Black Room Session. We enjoyed designing their cover as much as we enjoyed this new EP. You can listen to the music on Spotify or get more details about the band on facebook.
Dandydill Way is getting some attention from the press and Tania its founder has just been interviewed by Wild & Gorgeous. In this article, she speaks about the importance of design and how it should reflect the quality of the product inside the bottle.
"An important part of Dandydill Way is the look of the brand and that was hugely inspired by my time living in France. I love French beauty products, they are unquestionably the world leaders in design and I insisted on finding a French designer to create the packaging. My eye for detail has been finely honed after decades of work as a make up artist so when I found someone with the same obsessive attention to every last detail – and French – it was the perfect match!"
Thanks Tania, we are indeed obsessed in details!
Discover our work for Dandydill Way in our branding section by clicking here.
Read the full interview by clicking here.
A very exciting day back on site, shooting Listen at the British Library and Designs on Britain at the Jewish Museum. Leon Chew was shooting for us and we are very impatient to share these great images with you.
Discover the trailer for the exhibition Venom: Killer and Cure at the Natural History Museum.
Open from 10 Nov 2017 to 13 May 2018.
"If it bites you and you die, it’s venom.
If you bite it and you die, it’s poison."
We are very proud to announce the opening of Venom at the Natural History Museum. For almost a year and a half, we have worked in close collaboration with the NHM and interior design studio Drinkall Dean to deliver you a memorable experience. Discover the power of venom, a fragile thread between fear and fascination.
Find out more on NHM website by clicking here.
We are on site to bring you a new exhibition at the Jewish Museum in Camden, a colourful exhibition to celebrate the contribution of immigrants to the UK design scene.
We are almost there, Designs on Britain opens this Thursday!
Soon the drilling will be replaced by the sweet music of 140 years of recorded sound. We have been working hard with Plaid London to bring you an exciting interactive exhibition on the history of audio recording.
Listen will be opening this Friday, the 6th of October in the atrium space of the British Library.
We recorded a second session with BBC Radio 4 for The Fix. The session focussed on making housing more affordable in the UK. We really enjoyed prototyping solution for this complex problem. Broadcast in August
Unusual day at the Studio as we have been busy recording a new design program with BBC Radio 4 today: The Fix. The Fix is a design program that aims to help solve some of the country’s most pressing problems. People from different disciplines join forces today to help tackle the problem of childhood obesity. We'll be on air mid August so turn on your radio!