Universal Design Studio: Inside Out Universal Design Studio

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The debut monograph from award-winning and acclaimed architecture and interior design practice Universal Design Studio – and the perfect expression of this award-winning studio’s ethos and approach: to design from the inside out

Universal Design Studio has spent two decades redefining the way people live, work, and interact. With offices in London, New York, and Shanghai, its diverse portfolio includes collaborations with world-renowned brands Stella McCartney, Ace Hotel, IBM, H&M, Google, Fortnum & Mason, and The BBCOffice Group, and each project is underpinned by a rigorous research and development process. The book includes sSketches, renders, archival and reference images, details, and drawings, which sit alongside stunning finished building and interiors photography, offering a holistic view of how the practice works and thinks. Includes In addition, insightful and engaging texts, as well as a series of conversations with key Universal collaborators, are used to to demonstrate how fundamental design is to creating better spaces, better experiences, and better cities. 

Part manual, part manifesto, the book is organized into three thematic chapters – Human, Rigorous, and Transformative – which together create a fascinating, multilayered depiction of an innovative contemporary design practice.

 

 

Specifications:

  • Format: Hardback
  • Size: 290 x 214 mm (11 3/8 x 8 3/8 in)
  • Pages: 312 pp
  • Illustrations: 400 illustrations
  • ISBN: 9781838663056

Universal Design Studio is an award-winning architecture and interior design practice founded in 2001 by London-based designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, and co-directed by Jason Holley and Paul Gulati. Driven by a belief in the transformative power of well-designed spaces, the studio creates boutique hotels, restaurants, retail environments, workspaces, galleries, and cultural institutions.