Condé Nast College opts for minimal and timeless identity

Sleek, minimal and timeless are the buzz words for the identity of Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design, which has opened its doors in the heart of Soho.

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A monochrome white scheme is used for internal and external signage, while rooms have London-themed names that are set as tiles on white plaques the size of Vogue magazine covers.

Brand: Conde Nast College of Fashion & Design

Client: Susie Forbes, principal of the college

Agency: Together Design

Designers: Heidi Lightfoot and Bryony Akehurst

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