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TYC have been appointed to design and brand a new Sri Lankan street food kiosk for our clients at Kopi and Krem. The project includes interiors, branding and comms from concept to completion.
Originally a borough market bakery, Bread Ahead opened their first artisan bakery restaurant located at Wembley Park.
The concept connects the baker with the people, and provides customers an opportunity to learn, share and bake bread together.
TYC designed the brand identity, interior concept, technical design and design managed to completion.
Working with our event partner, Limelight Sports, TYC designed and hosted Nike’s first ever female-focussed football festival.
The event was a sports tournament like no other – combining matches and coaching clinics with music, food, fashion and beauty activations to curate a uniquely immersive event.
Twenty3C, an independent bike shop from Milton Keynes, appointed TYC to design an engaging and service-led experience for their first London store in The Village at Wembley Park.
The concept provides ‘THE VILLAGE CYCLE COMMUNITY STORE’, where fellow bicycle enthusiasts can meet and share their passion for cycling whilst exploring a wide range of products and accessing expert information through the on-site repair workshop.
SushiDog Westfield kiosk wins another award, this time a silver at the 21st FAB Awards in the Interiors Design / Retail Environment category!
A massive congratulations for Nick and Greg at SushiDog and our team here at TYC.
After brainstorming the idea with the progressive Quintain team back in 2018, Wembley Park Mark has opened its doors the to public for the first time. The concept with allows local emerging retailers, upcoming entrepreneurs and pure play brands to become the merchants, makers and doer's of the future and try their hand at physical retail.
TYC designed the brand identity, interior concept, technical design and design managed to completion. Case study on its way shortly.
RSBG Infrastructure Limited, a progressive and forward-thinking investment group acquired retail innovation design agency, The Yard Creative, during April 2019.
In 2018, RSBG Infrastructure also acquired renowned architect firm Leslie Jones Architecture. The Yard Creative and Leslie Jones Architecture have been working together via joint venture vehicle, LEFTside RIGHTside, carving out a future focused proposition of applying a brand lens to cities, places and spaces.
The vision is for TYC to continue to operate autonomously as an innovation agency delivering research, strategy and design for disrupter brands to accelerate business growth across branding, environments and digital spaces. TYC will maintain its already strong presence in retail, food and beverage, transport, leisure and property sectors whilst extending further into hospitality, workspace, urban renewal and regenerationprojects on a global scale.