New angle for Fishburn Hedges

Fishburn Hedges has designed the launch materials to accompany two new London Metropolitan University buildings, the Daniel Libeskind-designed Graduate Centre and the University’s Goulston Street Building.

The creative group began the work in early February in time for the opening of the Goulston Street building this week, according to Fishburn Hedges project manager Sally Robson.

The newly opening building was designed to be part of the university’s Calcutta House and Women’s Library on the fringes of the City of London.

Libeskind’s acclaimed landmark, his first in London, is sited on Holloway Road and was built for postgraduate students. The building opened in March.

Both sets of materials include a brochure, building plans, postcards and posters and use the respective architectural design as motifs.

‘The Graduate Centre brochure is cut at an angle, and everything inside reflects the building’s angles,’ explains Robson.

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