Spaceagency is delighted to feature in this month's issue of Novum, the german magazine about graphic design with our projects for the Astana Expo in 2017, the Eastland project in Melbourne, our Project for the Victorian Amusement Park Dreamland in Margate and the Panamerican Highway project. https://novum.graphics/news/alle-news/
After winning a number of new and exciting projects, we are looking for talented and ambitious designers to join our expanding team in central London on exciting international projects. We are at a pivotal time in our company’s growth, and are looking for candidates who are driven to progress their career and take responsibility on fast-paced, high profile projects.
We are currently looking for a Senior Graphic Designer with spatial / environmental experience. Attention to detail and a solid analytical approach are a must. We are also looking for Architectural Designers with multi-disciplinary experience and a minimum of 3 years experience.
This is a unique opportunity to join a growing, creative studio. Applicants should send their CV, portfolio (under 5MB) and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use 'Last Name_First Name_Designer' as the subject line of your email.
Spaceagency is excited to start working on it's first project in the Sultanate of Oman. We will be working with COX Architects and Event on a new national museum. The Oman Museum Across Ages will showcase the history and heritage of Oman.
We are looking for an ambitious and talented technical architect to take a lead role during the detail design and construction stages of a 212 key hotel in central London. This is an opportunity to see a project all the way through construction and be very hands-on. It is currently on site.
If this sounds interesting to you and you would like to be key part of an growing, international, young and ambitious studio we would love to to hear from you.
Spaceagency is delighted to have been invited back to teach the fall term in the Urban Design Master's course at Cardiff University! We are looking forward to working with an internation group of students on exhiting urban design challenges that are shaping our cities.
Spaceagency, together with Weston Williamson, has been selected to design a city wide wayfinding stratgey for Greater Manchster, starting with a pilot are in central Manchester between Victoria and Picadilly stations. We're excited about the opportunity of working in Manchester!
Spaceagency has designed the Wayfinding and Signage for reopening of the Dreamland amusement park in Margate, Kent. Together with architects D_raw and Aecom, we have just concluded an intensive 5 months redesign process of the historic amusement park. It has been an exciting experience and we are looking forward to the opening tomorrow, the 26th of May!
Check out more details here: www.dreamland.co.uk and some images from opening night here:https://www.spaceagency-design.com/dreamland
High rise living has fascinated people throughout history and architects and designers have been obsessed with it for centuries.
Therefore we're extremly excited to start working on 'One', the new residential seafront tower in Limassol, Cyprus. The 'One' will be the tallest tower of its kind in Europe and has started on site recently.
Spaceagency's director Sarah Manning will be discussing the role of Design in the public space at this year's Clerkenwell design week, chaired by Independent journalist David Michon.
Please join us at the talks space in Spa Fields (next to the Design Fields exhibition) at 1.30 pm on Thursday the 25th May.
Committees plan our cities and architects shape our buildings, but who helps humans navigate their way through this manufactured environment? One could argue that successful architecture is self explanatory; so are public signage and design elements aimed directly at those using the space really that important? Joining the discussion are Sarah Manning of wayfinding studio Spaceagency, designer Morag Myerscough and Oliver Goodhall, co-founder of We Made That, who will be considering what makes great public design – clarity, simplicity, imagination or innovation?
We are excited to be part of this year's Clerkenwell Design week, the yearly design event in Clerkenwell. Spaceagency has been selected to re-imagine and design the graphic wayfinding and signage system that guides visitors between the different venues and local transport stops and to improve footfall to some of the venues.
Spaceagency director Sarah Manning has been invited to participate in judging this years submissions for the D&AD Awards in the Spatial & Experiential Design category. We are excited! https://www.dandad.org/profiles/jury/110845/spatial-and-experiential-design-2017/
Check out more about the D&AD Awards and judging process here: https://www.dandad.org/en/d-ad-awards-judging-process/