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!
We just finished to handcraft our new business cards. Such as our services, we wanted them to feel bespoke. That's why we've used lots of different paper combinations playing with colours and textures. Now you just have to pick up your favourite one next time you see us!
Plaid and Margot Lombaert Studio collaborated on designing participation spaces within the exhibition 'The Future of cities' at the Siemens Crystal Building in London. The exhibition showcases global trends and challenges, alongside existing solutions to build environmentally sustainable cities. We worked in collaboration with the Crystal to design active areas in which visitors of all ages could engage and participate in building a more sustainable future.
We're excited to share a sneak peak at Dandydill Way, one of our latest project. We designed the visual identity of this luxurious range of toiletries for children. Looking forward to present you more of this beautiful brand soon...
We have been appointed with Plaid London to design the upcoming exhibition at the Jewish Museum. The exhibition will open in October.
More than two years after the colourful West Africa, we will collaborate with Plaid London on a new exhibition at the British Library. This free exhibition will open in the fall in the atrium of the library.
We are proud to announce our first collaboration with the Victoria and Albert Museum. We will be designing the prestigious invitations for the opening of The V&A’s Exhibition Road Quarter. We're looking forward to show you more ...
Margot Lombaert Studio has been appointed with Drinkall Dean to design the next major exhibition at the Natural History Museum: Venom.
Follow us in a venomous world between fear and fascination while we unmask one of nature’s most deadly forces.