What companies are similar to Frog? This area of interest becomes borderline management consulting, but with the tools of designers instead of business.
I have made a list and done some research on this area. I think it is interesting to see designer, marketers and business professionals discuss similar problems and use similar tools, but with the jargon of their industries. These are a few design-centric firms that come to mind. Best Consulting companies to work for.
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Interior Design News, Features, Insight & Analysis. 100% Design 2012 - 100% Office. Dates exhibited at 100% Design... 1995-2007 Key product(s) launched at 100% Design...
I had a series of product launches during my time showing at 100% Design; I was really there as a maker but each September gave me the chance to put a product out there. There were some key moments for me: 1997 was special - I launched Rave furniture with Steve Pawsey. The main product was a flatpack spiral table made in neon acrylic and psycho vinyl.
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This home designed by Atmos for an actress and musician carefully slots between buildings and site-lines, and wraps built-in furniture into every available surface. Both plan and planning constraints generated a complex series of intertwining spaces, enlivened by light and interconnectivity. The massing was generated from the view-lines along the High Street below, tucked carefully out of sight to achieve planning permission for a new storey with front outdoor space hidden within the row of listed buildings. The roof-form deploys a double-pitched butterfly roof, angling upwards from low flank walls to greet the arriving visitor with taller walls at the central stairwell.
A crystalline valley skylight hangs above, flooding the void with light.