Graphic Thought Facility

Habitat – Spring/Summer 2002: Villa Noailles collection (Retail), image 1
Habitat – Spring/Summer 2002: Villa Noailles collection (Retail), image 2
Habitat – Spring/Summer 2002: Villa Noailles collection (Retail), image 3

A collection of products inspired by early 20th-century modernist design, notably architect Robert Mallet-Stevens’ Villa Noailles. As the project budget did not allow for a location shoot, archival photographs were used to create a modest cardboard model of the villa, images of which were later populated with computer renderings of Habitat products.

Model-making and photography: Graphic Thought Facility
Computer rendering: Francois Lefranc

Campaign Frieze Art Fair 2012 campaign
Campaign Kvadrat Shapes
Campaign Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre 2003 season
Exhibition Somerset House Miles Aldridge: I Only Want You To Love Me
Exhibition Design Museum Kenneth Grange
Exhibition Science Museum Who am I? (2010)
Exhibition Art Institute of Chicago GTF: Resourceful Design
Identity Pizza Express Concept Restaurants
Identity Oki Nami Identity (2008)
Identity Le Printemps de Septembre à Toulouse Identity
Identity Design Museum Identity
Identity Frieze Art Fair Identity
Identity Habitat Identity
Packaging Herman Miller Formwork
Product Graphic Thought Facility MeBox
Publication Dior/Rizzoli Dior by Avedon
Publication Thames & Hudson The art of typewriting
Publication Modern Design Review Issues 1 and 2
Publication Gagosian Catalogues
Publication Charming Baker Lie Down I Think I Love You
Publication Thames & Hudson M to M of M/M (Paris)
Publication Bloomsbury Heston Blumenthal at Home
Publication Gagosian Crash: Homage to JG Ballard
Retail Vitra VitraHaus
Wayfinding Hult International Business School Wayfinding