Published: Monday, October 23, 2006
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"Universal Design Studio takes a consistent, holistic approach to spatial design and interior architecture and offers a profound understanding and interpretation of the full range of creative possibilities.
Buildings and spaces designed by Universal Design Studio are lucid, authentic responses to contemporary needs, not just pure architectural visions. This enables designs to work effectively at all levels, referencing the context of the client's brief.
Since it's formation Universal Design Studio has undertaken high-profile work for international clients including Stella McCartney, Damien Hirst, Seoul's Lotte department store, Selfridges & Co., Juicy Couture and the London Business School.
In September 2005 Universal Design Studio completed the design for Canteen, a London hotel / restaurant based in the successful Spitalfields market.
Universal Design Studio is currently working on a unique retail environment within the iconic Battersea Power Station to showcase the best of British and international design as well as developing a hotel concept for a well known UK company.
Universal Design Studio was founded in 2001 by it's sister company BarberOsgerby. It is directed by Edward Barber, Jay Osgerby and architect Jonathan Clarke, who joined in early 2002. This combined knowledge and experience informs the design process at Universal Deisgn Studio, allowing teams to collaborate across scales on all projects whether within the studio or in stimulating partnership with external consultants."
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