The Friends Society headquarters in Euston decided to create a formal centre as the public interface for the Quaker community. The architects Theis and Khan designed the new centre, which together with a cafe, bookshop and resource room, also has a space for worship.
In line with Quaker values, we were asked to create an engaging set of signage pieces that embodied the idea of ’natural light, unexpected places’ which would add a whole new dimension and meaning to the space.
In collaboration with photographer Christian Sinibaldi, these images were all created ‘in-camera’ with a mirror in tow across the English countryside. They were then integrated within specific areas of the centre together with the Quaker brand.