Merry Christmas!

Christmas Card

Only 1 more sleep to go till our final studio day before the Christmas break and we have to admit that we are rather looking forward to it.  It has been a busy year for us, we got a new grown up identity and website, there have been several major project appointments (as well as some rather nice petite projects) Staff leaving :( and a more new Nomads joining the team.  The work that we have been engaged in has been exciting, experimental  and varied and we feel truly privileged to have worked alongside and with some of the best architects, building professionals, educators and institutions in the country and we want to take the opportunity to wish all our followers, friends and families a very Merry Christmas and best wishes for even more exciting work in 2013.

In the last few years we have mainly sent our e cards to our contacts and friends – we broke with this tradition last year when we sent our chocolate coin ‘this is not a bribe’ card.  This year we wanted to do something which would capture our approach to design and the creativity of the fantastic people we have worked with or alongside.  We generated a brief titled ‘what is a Christmas Card’ and sent this along with instructions on a stamped addressed post card.  The lucky individuals who received the brief were asked to draw a picture on the reverse of the postcard  of their memory of a Christmas Card.  We then sat back and waited for the post to arrive.  This years card, (pictured above)  is the result of the creative efforts of at least 30 different clients and colleagues. There are no winners but we do have to give a special shout out to Kamil Shah at Page/Park Architects who baked his!  We had a great time making this card and we hope you find it as fascinating as we do.

Have a fantastic holiday everyone

Nomad Team

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