|Great Western Studios - May 12|
Great Western Studios May 2012 news round-up.
Couture wedding planners, Collection 26, have a new website. Blending design, tailoring, production and organisation they've since been endorsed by Vogue, covered by Hello and recommended by celebrities. You can see the new site at www.collection26.com.
As seen in the recent issue of Grand Designs Magazine, Innovation Imperative's new Tetra shed will soon be assembled in the GWS courtyard. See more at www.tetra-shed.co.uk.
Jimmy Turrell has been working on the cover CD for the Wire. A magazine dedicated to experimental music it gives a compilation CD away every six months called The wire tapper.
Threefold's Cornerstone project on Turner Street won a commendation at the New London Architecture awards. More at www.threefoldarchitects.com.
Daisy kickstarted the stacking rings concept and continues to pave the way in this ongoing trend with their new 'Alpha' rings. Gold, silver, hearts and flowers and now letters are piled high to create a look that’s as stylish as it is personal. See more at www.daisyjewellery.com.
You can now watch Pip Hackett's - Written in the Sand online which previewed at Great Western Studios back in December 2010.
Claire Coles has recently collaborated with design agency Nelson Associates to design a new food and beverage brand identity for The Hospital Club, London. You can see more of her beautiful work on her website at www.clairecolesdesign.co.uk.
Jeweller Marina Spyropoulos has her new website up and running at www.marinaspyropoulos.com
Great Western Alumni
Former Great Westerners, Paul Vanstone, Emily Young, David Worthington and Rachel Schwalm are taking part in this year's On Form at Asthall Manor. More information on the On Form website at www.onformsculpture.co.uk
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