type: Book, 225 × 160mm (portrait), 106 pages (one gatefold), hardback, (quarter-bound) binding, screen printing on cover; client: CCW, Stephen Farthing; editors: Stephen Farthing, Kelly Chorpening, Coling Wiggins; publisher: CCW
The Atelier Dreibholz is a design practice founded in 2004 by Paulus M. Dreibholz. Specialising in typographic design the studio works with a variety of clients with a focus on projects in the field of fine art and architecture. Our projects range from large corporate identities to small brochures and leaflets, which all receive equal care and attention to concept and craft. We take great pride in conceiving and developing our projects in close collaboration with our clients and see the respectful dialogue as our main tool of designing.
We highly value attention to detail and argumentative thought and apply both rigorously from the conceptual stages through to delivery or launch of the individual project.
Paulus M. Dreibholz
past team members include: Fabienne Bilat, Tom Featherby, Felicitas Grabner, Masahiro Karinho, Sara Su Jinn Lai, Yohanna-My Nguyen, Sunny Park, Kristína Uhráková, David Weller, Emma Williams.
paulus m. dreibholz is the director of the Atelier Dreibholz. Born in Graz, Austria, he moved to London to study graphic design at the London College of Printing and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. Upon completion of his education he founded the Atelier for Typography and Graphic Design. The output of his studio reveals a focus on editorial and typographic design in the form of printed matter – in specific books –, corporate identities, typefaces and further graphic products. He has won numerous awards and his projects have been published and exhibited internationally. Next to his practical work Dreibholz writes and publishes contributions about design related subjects and teaches at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London and the University of Applied Arts in Vienna.
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daniel mcghee is a senior designer at the Atelier Dreibholz. He was born and grew up in Glasgow, Scotland and studied graphic design at Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design. After a six-month period of working in Madrid, he joined the Atelier in February 2010.
kristína uhráková is a junior designer at the Atelier Dreibholz. Kristina left her hometown Hlohovec, Slovakia to study graphic design at the London College of Communication and Central Saint Martins. She obtained her BA degree from the latter in July 2012 and joined our team a month thereafter.
Typography & Graphic Design
Studio 1, First Floor
230 Dalston Lane, London E8 1LA
+44 (0)20 7490 0900
Company Reg: 04522864
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