Overview

gpstudio is a design consultancy, specialising in brand strategy, retail architecture, interior, graphic and lighting design.

 

We see design as a means to stand out, to invent, and to lead. Our vision of design is the same to which we envisage every aspect of our business, a passionate blend of creative ideas, technical expertise, and a commercial head, all underpinned by insightful strategy.

 

We create brand stories for international brands and retailers and translate these into customer experiences that seduce consumers.

 

  • We work globally, currently 55% of our clients are international
  • We build long term client relationships, with 89% of our clients 5 years or more
  • Our clients see and report value in what we do, citing 33-56% and above increase against sales
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The Arch Window

We believe that young design talent needs a chance. To be noticed, heard and encouraged.

 

At gpstudio we act as curators and find it enormously rewarding nurturing new talent; showcasing designers, artists and photographers, presenting their work in our Arch Window gallery space, a large railway arch glazed window at our studio in Southwark.

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Growing Flaws by Holly Birkinshaw

gpstudio invited Holly Birkinshaw, a Loughborough Graduate in Textiles Innovation and Design to produce an exhibit for The Arch Window. We believe Holly has created an interesting and thought provoking exhibit, which has generated interest from the local foot traffic. The following is an explanation on the thinking behind her work.

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Approach

By collaborating closely with our clients, we nurture a complete set of attributes that provide our clients with a full, considered relationship, delivering technical expertise to create captivating environments, which are all underpinned by insightful strategy.

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Background

Gregor Jackson founded gpstudio in 2004. Gregor, who originally trained as an Interior Designer, has over 25 years of experience with the world’s leading luxury brands. To expand on the offer, he later partnered with close friends Chris Poulton and Stuart Naysmith,

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