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Urban regeneration is a discussion that seems to terrify and excite in equal measure. On the one hand, there is often fear of change and – dare we say it? – rampant nimbyism. On the other, the idea of transforming a neglected neighbourhood into somewhere vibrant, where people actually want to live and work, is[…]

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After the successful launch of Alexandra Wood’s Bishop Stortford and Shoreditch stores, in 2016 and 2017 respectively, and subsequent website, MW Studio was then commissioned to design and launch a new online shop for the brand in November 2017. In keeping with the brand’s ethos of offering an uncomplicated way for the modern gentleman to[…]

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You don’t have to be a regular barfly to have noticed that artisan gin is, officially, a thing. A leaf through Foodism, London’s excellent free foodie magazine, yields mentions of no fewer than 28 brands – and that is not including the 58 listed on Fever-Tree tonic’s ultimate gin & tonic pairing guide. There is[…]

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The finalists in the 2017 Hertfordshire Digital Awards have just been announced… and we’re among them! The award winners will be announced at a dinner ceremony on September 21 at Tithe Barns, Knebworth House. The Digital Awards, launched in 2013 and now staged in six different counties, celebrate the online achievements of businesses, schools and[…]

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We are excited to report that MW Studio has made the final shortlist for one of this year’s Harlow Business Awards, organised by Harlow & District Chamber of Commerce. We’re nominated in the Website/Social Media category, which is sponsored by Oakmont Construction. Shortlisting took place in mid-July, and the winners will be announced at an[…]

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Urban mobility and urban congestion are hotly debated topics, often directly linked with the rise in urban air pollution. One of the main causes for urban congestion are privately-owned cars, which are at an all-time high in the UK. It also seems that even with one of the most comprehensive public transport networks in the[…]

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As the elegant streets and squares of Chelsea go into floral overdrive in preparation for the Great Spring Show (as it was originally named in 1862), we talked to two garden and landscape designers – one in the UK, one in the US – about what’s changing in outdoor design. Despite the enormous pulling power[…]

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Team GB is a brand that galvanises a whole nation in support every two years. Its ongoing challenge, therefore, is how to remain relevant in between the big competition moments. Fan engagement manager Stuart Cope outlines Team GB’s five-step strategy which – as it happens – offers marketing take-outs that apply well beyond the sporting sector  […]

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Urban regeneration is a discussion that seems to terrify and excite in equal measure. On the one hand, there is often fear of change and – dare we say it? – rampant nimbyism. On the other, the idea of transforming a neglected neighbourhood into somewhere vibrant, where people actually want to live and work, is[…]

Read More

After the successful launch of Alexandra Wood’s Bishop Stortford and Shoreditch stores, in 2016 and 2017 respectively, and subsequent website, MW Studio was then commissioned to design and launch a new online shop for the brand in November 2017. In keeping with the brand’s ethos of offering an uncomplicated way for the modern gentleman to[…]

Read More

You don’t have to be a regular barfly to have noticed that artisan gin is, officially, a thing. A leaf through Foodism, London’s excellent free foodie magazine, yields mentions of no fewer than 28 brands – and that is not including the 58 listed on Fever-Tree tonic’s ultimate gin & tonic pairing guide. There is[…]

Read More

The finalists in the 2017 Hertfordshire Digital Awards have just been announced… and we’re among them! The award winners will be announced at a dinner ceremony on September 21 at Tithe Barns, Knebworth House. The Digital Awards, launched in 2013 and now staged in six different counties, celebrate the online achievements of businesses, schools and[…]

Read More

We are excited to report that MW Studio has made the final shortlist for one of this year’s Harlow Business Awards, organised by Harlow & District Chamber of Commerce. We’re nominated in the Website/Social Media category, which is sponsored by Oakmont Construction. Shortlisting took place in mid-July, and the winners will be announced at an[…]

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Urban mobility and urban congestion are hotly debated topics, often directly linked with the rise in urban air pollution. One of the main causes for urban congestion are privately-owned cars, which are at an all-time high in the UK. It also seems that even with one of the most comprehensive public transport networks in the[…]

Read More

As the elegant streets and squares of Chelsea go into floral overdrive in preparation for the Great Spring Show (as it was originally named in 1862), we talked to two garden and landscape designers – one in the UK, one in the US – about what’s changing in outdoor design. Despite the enormous pulling power[…]

Read More

Team GB is a brand that galvanises a whole nation in support every two years. Its ongoing challenge, therefore, is how to remain relevant in between the big competition moments. Fan engagement manager Stuart Cope outlines Team GB’s five-step strategy which – as it happens – offers marketing take-outs that apply well beyond the sporting sector  […]

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Urban regeneration is a discussion that seems to terrify and excite in equal measure. On the one hand, there is often fear of change and – dare we say it? – rampant nimbyism. On the other, the idea of transforming a neglected neighbourhood into somewhere vibrant, where people actually want to live and work, is[…]

Read More

After the successful launch of Alexandra Wood’s Bishop Stortford and Shoreditch stores, in 2016 and 2017 respectively, and subsequent website, MW Studio was then commissioned to design and launch a new online shop for the brand in November 2017. In keeping with the brand’s ethos of offering an uncomplicated way for the modern gentleman to[…]

Read More

You don’t have to be a regular barfly to have noticed that artisan gin is, officially, a thing. A leaf through Foodism, London’s excellent free foodie magazine, yields mentions of no fewer than 28 brands – and that is not including the 58 listed on Fever-Tree tonic’s ultimate gin & tonic pairing guide. There is[…]

Read More

The finalists in the 2017 Hertfordshire Digital Awards have just been announced… and we’re among them! The award winners will be announced at a dinner ceremony on September 21 at Tithe Barns, Knebworth House. The Digital Awards, launched in 2013 and now staged in six different counties, celebrate the online achievements of businesses, schools and[…]

Read More

We are excited to report that MW Studio has made the final shortlist for one of this year’s Harlow Business Awards, organised by Harlow & District Chamber of Commerce. We’re nominated in the Website/Social Media category, which is sponsored by Oakmont Construction. Shortlisting took place in mid-July, and the winners will be announced at an[…]

Read More

Urban mobility and urban congestion are hotly debated topics, often directly linked with the rise in urban air pollution. One of the main causes for urban congestion are privately-owned cars, which are at an all-time high in the UK. It also seems that even with one of the most comprehensive public transport networks in the[…]

Read More

As the elegant streets and squares of Chelsea go into floral overdrive in preparation for the Great Spring Show (as it was originally named in 1862), we talked to two garden and landscape designers – one in the UK, one in the US – about what’s changing in outdoor design. Despite the enormous pulling power[…]

Read More

Team GB is a brand that galvanises a whole nation in support every two years. Its ongoing challenge, therefore, is how to remain relevant in between the big competition moments. Fan engagement manager Stuart Cope outlines Team GB’s five-step strategy which – as it happens – offers marketing take-outs that apply well beyond the sporting sector  […]

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March 28, 2018

Urban regeneration is a discussion that seems to terrify and excite in equal measure. On the one hand, there is often fear of change and – dare we say it? – rampant nimbyism. On the other, the idea of transforming a neglected neighbourhood into somewhere vibrant, where people actually want to live and work, is[…]

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January 3, 2018

After the successful launch of Alexandra Wood’s Bishop Stortford and Shoreditch stores, in 2016 and 2017 respectively, and subsequent website, MW Studio was then commissioned to design and launch a new online shop for the brand in November 2017. In keeping with the brand’s ethos of offering an uncomplicated way for the modern gentleman to[…]

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September 6, 2017

You don’t have to be a regular barfly to have noticed that artisan gin is, officially, a thing. A leaf through Foodism, London’s excellent free foodie magazine, yields mentions of no fewer than 28 brands – and that is not including the 58 listed on Fever-Tree tonic’s ultimate gin & tonic pairing guide. There is[…]

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August 14, 2017

The finalists in the 2017 Hertfordshire Digital Awards have just been announced… and we’re among them! The award winners will be announced at a dinner ceremony on September 21 at Tithe Barns, Knebworth House. The Digital Awards, launched in 2013 and now staged in six different counties, celebrate the online achievements of businesses, schools and[…]

Read More

August 14, 2017

We are excited to report that MW Studio has made the final shortlist for one of this year’s Harlow Business Awards, organised by Harlow & District Chamber of Commerce. We’re nominated in the Website/Social Media category, which is sponsored by Oakmont Construction. Shortlisting took place in mid-July, and the winners will be announced at an[…]

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June 27, 2017

Urban mobility and urban congestion are hotly debated topics, often directly linked with the rise in urban air pollution. One of the main causes for urban congestion are privately-owned cars, which are at an all-time high in the UK. It also seems that even with one of the most comprehensive public transport networks in the[…]

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May 4, 2017

As the elegant streets and squares of Chelsea go into floral overdrive in preparation for the Great Spring Show (as it was originally named in 1862), we talked to two garden and landscape designers – one in the UK, one in the US – about what’s changing in outdoor design. Despite the enormous pulling power[…]

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April 11, 2017

Team GB is a brand that galvanises a whole nation in support every two years. Its ongoing challenge, therefore, is how to remain relevant in between the big competition moments. Fan engagement manager Stuart Cope outlines Team GB’s five-step strategy which – as it happens – offers marketing take-outs that apply well beyond the sporting sector  […]

Read More

 

     

 

 info@mwstudio.uk

Design & publishing

Website & digital design

Photography & imagery

 

Home  |  What we do  |  Latest work

Project archive  |  Blog  |  Contact

Terms & conditions  |  Privacy policy

Copyright MW Studio 2018

 

8

Urban regeneration is a discussion that seems to terrify and excite in equal measure. On the one hand, there is often fear of change and – dare we say it? – rampant nimbyism. On the other, the idea of transforming a neglected neighbourhood into somewhere vibrant, where people actually want to live and work, is[…]

Read More

After the successful launch of Alexandra Wood’s Bishop Stortford and Shoreditch stores, in 2016 and 2017 respectively, and subsequent website, MW Studio was then commissioned to design and launch a new online shop for the brand in November 2017. In keeping with the brand’s ethos of offering an uncomplicated way for the modern gentleman to[…]

Read More

You don’t have to be a regular barfly to have noticed that artisan gin is, officially, a thing. A leaf through Foodism, London’s excellent free foodie magazine, yields mentions of no fewer than 28 brands – and that is not including the 58 listed on Fever-Tree tonic’s ultimate gin & tonic pairing guide. There is[…]

Read More

The finalists in the 2017 Hertfordshire Digital Awards have just been announced… and we’re among them! The award winners will be announced at a dinner ceremony on September 21 at Tithe Barns, Knebworth House. The Digital Awards, launched in 2013 and now staged in six different counties, celebrate the online achievements of businesses, schools and[…]

Read More

We are excited to report that MW Studio has made the final shortlist for one of this year’s Harlow Business Awards, organised by Harlow & District Chamber of Commerce. We’re nominated in the Website/Social Media category, which is sponsored by Oakmont Construction. Shortlisting took place in mid-July, and the winners will be announced at an[…]

Read More

Urban mobility and urban congestion are hotly debated topics, often directly linked with the rise in urban air pollution. One of the main causes for urban congestion are privately-owned cars, which are at an all-time high in the UK. It also seems that even with one of the most comprehensive public transport networks in the[…]

Read More

As the elegant streets and squares of Chelsea go into floral overdrive in preparation for the Great Spring Show (as it was originally named in 1862), we talked to two garden and landscape designers – one in the UK, one in the US – about what’s changing in outdoor design. Despite the enormous pulling power[…]

Read More

Team GB is a brand that galvanises a whole nation in support every two years. Its ongoing challenge, therefore, is how to remain relevant in between the big competition moments. Fan engagement manager Stuart Cope outlines Team GB’s five-step strategy which – as it happens – offers marketing take-outs that apply well beyond the sporting sector  […]

Read More