Friday, July 11, 2014


Two Create created a new logo earlier this year to reflect the type of work they create for their clients and their values.

Award winning multidisciplinary design agency, Two Create, offers a wide selection of design services ranging from art direction, branding, spatial and product design to packaging and print.

This husband and wife duo popped up on our radar with their recent rebranding earlier this year. Lucy and Tobie Snowdowne met whilst studying product design at the auspicious Central Saint Martins in London and their east end studio has since grown to include two other creatives, Felix Trunk and Chris Mizen.

'Polished Concept' mirrors designed for Design UK II journal in 2003.
Limited Edition steel counterweight 'Poise' Candelabra for Salone di Mobile 2004.

Designing products for local and international brands such as Muji, Givenchy, Liberty of London, and Habitat, as well as showing their work at the esteemed Milan Furniture Fair and creating vibrant interior spaces for the youth cancer unit in St Margaret's Hospital, this East London creative agency has established a fine reputation for its integrity and pared back aesthetic. We don't know about you, but we can't get enough of the immaculate execution of their contemporary, yet utterly timeless creations. 

The Punt carafe, designed by Two Create for Habitat UK, is hand-blown using smoke-grey sodalime glass.
Limited Edition cocktail glasses and punch bowl designed for select venues serving Belvedere Vodka, 2008.
Die cut 'Pollen' lamp shades showcased at the London Design Festival in 2005 and later produced in black for a Mayfair restaurant and a Theatre bar in Manchester.
Polished brass 'Frame' desk lamp designed for Liberty department store’s ‘Best of British’ show during the London Design Festival, 2006.

Bespoke furnishings, commissioned by Craftspace, for the Teenage Cancer Trust’s Young Person’s Unit in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham.
Two Create's purpose built studio in Hackney, London, designed in collaboration with Tectonic Architects, 2013.

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