||||Campaign staff, from left to right: Aaron Richardson, head of graphics; Neil Sharman (with Effie the pug), head of interiors; Lena Kramer, interior architect; Benedict Wilhelm, interior architect Philip Handford, creative director|Campaign’s design for Dr Martens’ pop-up store plays on the concept of customers entering into the back-of-house stock room|The Alchemy Table, the self-comissioned, somewhat homespun piece of furniture that provides Campaign’s main desk spac||
15 Sep 2009

Profile: design workshop Campaign

Words by Rachel Calton

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