TYPO London 2011 Places

Andrew Stevens

Graphic Thought Facility is a London-based design consultancy.

Founded 1990 we have worked for retailers, manufacturers, publishers, cultural institutions and galleries around the world and have forged long-term relationships with many of our clients. The scale and complexity of our projects are as varied as our clients. Recent commissions include store environments for M&S, exhibition design for the Science Museum, books for Gagosian Gallery, wayfinding for VitraHaus and campaigns for Kvadrat and Frieze Art Fair.

Over this time the studio has striven to stay relatively small – currently a team of ten designers supported by our studio manager.

Andrew Stevens, Director, born in Sheffield, 1966.
Studied graphic design at Leeds Polytechnic, 1985-88, and Royal College of Art, 1988-90. Founder member of Graphic Thought Facility in London, 1990.
Andrew Stevens
Creative Director GTF
Talk: Friday 15:00 Jeffery Hall
20 years of Trying to Make Creative Work in a Commercial Context