Pairing one-off antiques with contemporary elements, commissioning artworks to complement the client’s collection, layering materials in heaps of style, Godrich create intriguing and meticulous interiors that command your attention.
Knightsbridge Pied à terre by Godrich
This gentle wash needed to be found in their online presence too; we needed to boldly greet users in a gentle way. Drag them softly along to the exhibits of their portfolio...
Beginning with the logo, we started by transforming the text from lower to uppercase. It’s more authoritative like that. Looking for a serif text to complement their ‘design magazine’ style fonts elsewhere, we developed unique lettering with the focus on two points: elegance and legibility.
Black and white. Simple. We wanted the spotlight to be on the interiors that Godrich create, not on the website they have had made, so we kept the colour palette exclusively to this binary pairing, allowing the imagery to get the attention it deserves.
West Country Family House by Godrich
First, we made sure that the website was distraction-free. There were no superfluous elements that would drag the user’s attention away from what they were there for.
Second, we improved their navigation. The portfolio is viewable with one click from the homepage and once you’re on a portfolio item you are prompted to view further items as you come to the end.
Using a Content Delivery Network, we can ensure that all images are displayed, whether on mobile or desktop, in high resolution and at lightning fast speeds.
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