Is now open. We are proud to have worked with Skellon Studio and Lucille Clerc on this fantastic project. Here is a picture of the opening on Monday. and we'll share more very soon.
In the meantime, you can go to Kew Gardens to visit the Pagoda and climb up the 10th floors to enjoy the view on the Royal Botanic Gardens.
We are shortlisted for an award! Very exciting time for the studio as Dandydill Way has been selected by Junior Magazine in the Best Children's Toiletries Collection. To (re)discover our work for Dandydill Way click here
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.
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!
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.