Carmelite Riverside

The changing picture of the Thames

This historic stretch of the Thames has welcomed monks from Mount Carmel in Israel, seen Bridewell Palace turned into a women’s prison and been rewritten by a radical technology of mass media – the newspapers. On the river and aside the beautiful Sion Hall in the Whitefriars Conservation Area, Carmelite Riverside is a new and contemporary office building, and an example of modern architecture to stand the test of time.

Inspired by the ever-changing waterscape of the Thames, Carmelite Riverside’s graphic identity, brochure, website and hoardings employ strong curvilinear type with photographs of the river, capturing how it shifts through the spectrum of daylight; dawn, midday and dusk.

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Art direction
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Brand
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Print
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Signage
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