As technology has reshaped the media landscape we recognise the power of film at Camron. It can bring a brand’s vision to life and help engage with an increasingly digital savvy audience. Responding to a fundamental change to how society processes information online, we launched Camron Films. With a background in broadcast television and online journalism, our in-house team of filmmakers take an editorial rather than promotional approach to produce beautifully crafted videos that resonate with international media outlets and specialty digital platforms.
Commissioned by Airbnb, Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen welcomed guests into their living room with A Wild Thing, at Design Miami/ 2017. The project is an intimate exploration of the shared home. Using directional sound, recorded narratives from the designers’ lives have been paired with selected items within the living room, creating a highly immersive installation and illustrating the invisible connection between hosts and guests – a truly Airbnb experience.
The Designers of the Future Award moves beyond pure product and furniture design to nurture technologically and conceptually vanguard pieces that work across multiple disciplines. Championing collaborations with designers at an early stage of their career, the award gives emerging designers the opportunity to present newly commissioned works to a powerful audience of collectors, gallerists and international journalists at Design Miami/ Basel.
Tintagel House, The Office Group (TOG)’s new flagship flexible workspace on Albert Embankment in Vauxhall, has opened following a major refurbishment by architects Stanton Williams and interior design by Universal Design Studio. As a new hub for entrepreneurs and independent businesses, Tintagel House will generate further diversity in the area and contribute to the energy and activity of the revived neighbourhood. The rich heritage of the building’s former life as home to the Met Police has informed the graphic aesthetic of the newly designed interiors of TOG’s new 12-storey 95,000 sq ft flagship shared workspace. Alongside the offering of co-working and private offices, Tintagel House hosts a members’ bar, café, gym, workshop space, a central ‘forum’ for events and executive suite on the top floor.
Dean & DeLuca, partnered with Ole Scheeren, one of the world’s most innovative architects, to design a prototype for a unique food retail concept. The exciting collaboration fused the authority of Dean & DeLuca with the creative force of Scheeren, to produce a cutting edge vision. It was presented in the brand’s inaugural year as partner of Design Miami/ in 2016.
McKinsey & Company, the trusted advisor to many of the world’s most influential companies, has just released The Business Value of Design. After tracking the design practices of 300 publicly listed companies in multiple countries and industries over a five-year period, McKinsey’s study is one of the world’s most rigorous in linking the financial value of design to business.
GHYCZY [gitsi] is a family heirloom, founded in 1971 by acclaimed architect and designer Peter Ghyczy whose prolific career has pioneered techniques of furniture making that have influenced the design industry for 45 years. His son Feliz Ghyczy joined the practice in 2001 and today the father and son duo continue to build on the GHYCZY heritage from their family atelier nestled in the flatlands of Swalmen, the Netherlands.
Fashion designer to the stars, Julien Macdonald, has launched a one-of-a-kind couture wallpaper collection with leading British wallpaper manufacturer Graham & Brown. The ‘Vixen’ and ‘Cecily’ wallpapers are inspired by the distressed floral prints from Julien’s SS18 collection showcased at London Fashion Week and reflect the hot trend for florals both on the catwalk and in-home interiors.