Graphic Thought Facility

Phaidon – Industrial Facility, 2018 (Publication), image 1
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Formed in 2002, Industrial Facility has become renowned for its practical yet well-considered approach to product design. For the first monograph on the studio’s complete works, GTF created a storyboard and art directed a narrative of objects, drawn from some 200 projects that define its work. Each consecutive spread is connected to the last through the re-appearance and addition of various designs to build a daisy chain of images. The sequence is punctuated by seven short interviews with designers and collaborators, a portrait of each interviewee integrated into the photographic narrative.

Photography: Angela Moore

Campaign Fedrigoni Image library
Campaign Vitra Vitra Classics
Campaign Kvadrat Kittens
Campaign Frieze Art Fair Fireworks
Campaign Kvadrat Shapes
Campaign Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre The Season of Regime Change
Exhibition Somerset House Miles Aldridge: I Only Want You To Love Me
Exhibition Science Museum Who am I?
Exhibition Art Institute of Chicago GTF: Resourceful Design
Identity Fedrigoni Paper Box
Identity Design Museum Identity
Identity Frieze Art Fair Identity
Identity Habitat Identity
Packaging Royal Doulton Olio
Packaging Herman Miller Formwork
Product Graphic Thought Facility MeBox
Publication Gagosian Catalogues
Publication Fendi The Fendi Set
Publication Richard Avedon Foundation Avedon Advertising
Publication Dior Dior Images: Paolo Roversi
Publication COS Creating with Shapes
Publication Gagosian Gagosian Quarterly
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