Friday, 15 July 2016


Archive Homestore and Kitchen is a design-led lifestyle store offering a unique and fresh collection of interesting and beautiful homewares, stationery, bits and pieces for children, food and drink. The outlet is located in a former military arch space in Ramsgate’s Royal Harbour. Archive particularly showcases and champions Kent’s designers, makers, growers and producers and they also do amazing lunches and lots of cake.
BOB  Design named this Kentish treasure trove and created its visual identity — an arch housing all forms of form and all forms of fun ...and this is where the paper comes in! the swing tags, price tickets, cards and menu sheets are all printed on our Plexus 350gsm, which is a rich, recycled, brown coloured board.
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 They have all been silkscreen printed by Harvey Lloyd Screenprint, who have made a beautiful job of printing the many different vibrant and mainly fluorescent, colours.
Transformation of the space is by Haptic, a firm of Architects who have appeared on this blog many times before. Bob Design applied the identity throughout the interior and across print and web and you can see more on this link:

Design is by BOB Design in London. Creative Director is Mireille Burkhardt. Print is by Harvey Lloyd Screenprint.
Posted by Justin Hobson 15.07.2016

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