Michael Grubb has accepted an invitation to speak at the 9th edition of LEDforum, which will be held in São Paulo, on August 23rd– 24th2018. The LEDforum is an annual congress organized by L + D Magazine. The event aims to present and discuss studies, solutions and professional practices in all aspects of light and lighting, […]
Michael has accepted an invitation for ExpoTrade to provide a keynote speach at the the 7th edition of the Middle East Lighting Design Summit, which is set to take place in Dubai on 2-3 May 2018. Michael will be joined by over 30 other industry experts from across the GCC region, all of which will […]
Michael presented ‘Create retail experiences, not showrooms!’ at the biannual PLDC Convention – a global lighting design conference for lighting designers, architects, researchers, universities, industry and clients. PLDC brought together over 2000 attendees from over 25 associations. This included representatives from 38 universities and institutes, all travelling from various cities from around the globe. Michael […]
Michael Grubb Studio’s lighting scheme for Wonderlab at London’s Science Musuem has been shortlisted for in the FX Awards 2017.
We are delighted to announce that we have moved in to our new studio. It is only a short walk from our previous location, but we are happy to call a new place home.
We are looking for a creative, charismatic and ambitious Senior Designer / Associate to join our multi-award winning team. You will require natural leadership qualities and aspirations to full-fill management duties moving forward. You will also need to be an excellent communicator, able to inspire clients, collaborate with design partners and demonstrate technical knowledge with regards […]
Michael Grubb Studio now provides certified RIBA CPD ontent for architects and other design professionals. ‘Inspired by Light’ is the first seminar on offer and can be booked through the official RIBA CPD website. Further content is currently being developed and will be available in due course.
We are delighted to announce that Matt Waugh and Greta Smetoniute have both been promoted to Senior Designer and Project Designer respectively. Matt’s current projects include the AUB Plot Q Campus in Bournemouth, West Downs Campus for University of Winchester, Bath Abbey Footprint, Woolsey Regeneration and two projects in Morocco (that cannot be named). Matt […]
Wonderlab, at the Science Museum, London has been awarded a 2017 IES Illumination Award of Merit for its “meritorious contribution to the lighting profession”. All projects were reviewed and judged by a jury of lighting design peers from a broad professional spectrum, representing diverse skills and depth of lighting design knowledge and application expertise. 2017 IES […]
Michael Grubb has accepted an invitation from the Lighting Institute to speak at the THINKLIGHT Forum in Dubai. The two-day conference, associated with Light Middle East, runs on the 18-19 October 2017. THINKLIGHT will discuss lighting from three perspectives including concept, project and application basis under 2 main categories THINK SMART and THINK DESIGN and is aimed at the […]
Michael Grubb Studio has agreed to support, participate and provide a light-art installation for the 2017 DARC night. The event will take place at MC Motors, an Aladdins Cave of props and surprising spaces, in Dalston, London on September 14th, 2017. The DARC awards is a unique concept where every independent architectural lighting designer and light artist will […]
We are delighted to announce that the Design Workshops & Studios at the Arts University Bournemouth has won a 2017 RICS Award and a RIBA South West Award 2017. An imaginative conversion of redundant former halls of residence, the success of AUB Design Studios is well deserved recognition for the work of a strong integrated […]
We are currently looking for enthusiastic and hard working Design Technician’s to join our multi-award winning lighting design team. Applicants must be passionate about design, have great communication skills and be fluent in both written and spoken English. Tasks will include CAD layouts, detailed drawings, written documents, graphic presentations and general co-ordination as needed to […]
Michael Grubb has accepted the invitation to participate at “Ó Mouraria, ilumina a montra!” in Lisbon, which will be held from 13 to 15 September 2017. This event is being organized by LLD-APDII (Portuguese Association of Independent Lighting Designers), with the remit to raising awareness, in Portugal, of the lighting design profession. The event’s main focus […]
Michael has accepted an invitation from the ILP to speak at the Lighting For Good event, which is to be held on 16th May 2017 at Marshalls Design Space, London How can you help people and do something positive in this world? Does your career benefit the public? Could it, and should it? How should we, the […]
Michael Grubb has accepted an invitation to participate in a live LUX Webinar on 3 May 2017. The live session will explore the ways that retail lighting is becoming influenced not only by the amount of illumination generated, but, most crucially, by the colour of the light itself. The rise of the LED has changed the way […]
We are delighted to announce that Wonderlab, at London’s Science Museum, has been shortlisted for a Lighting Design Award. The £6 million project opened in October 2016 and is widely recognized as being the museum’s most ambitious children’s interactive initiative. The Lighting Design Awards will be held at the prestigious London Hilton on Park Lane […]
Michael Grubb will be speaking at PLDC 2017, which is to be held in Paris between 2nd – 4th November 2017. Michael’s talk “Creating retail experiences, not showrooms!” is scheduled for 11:15am, on 04 November 2017. Based on the successful proven concept, PLDC will again be built around a three-day professional conference offering approximately 70 […]
Michael Grubb has accepted an invitation to speak at SHARE BUCHAREST 2017. The dynamic event includes four professional conferences organized over two days, on 21 and 22 March, at Marriott Grand Hotel Bucharest. The event brings principals and senior architects from leading practices together to discuss and gain inspiration from each other. The conferences offer […]
Stuart Alexander presented “Blobs, Scallops and Glowing Things: Serving up the language of light from the depths of the ocean” at Light School on Tuesday 7th February. Jess Gallacher , Operations Manager at the ILP said “the ILP supports Light School because, like the Institution, it is all about sharing lighting knowledge and helping people who […]
Following on from the success of our award-winning lighting scheme for LUSH retail stores, we have been busy developing immersive lighting concepts that can support Lush Spa treatments. Lush spa treatments combine reviving massage and holistic techniques with fairy tale fragrance and elements of the fantastical. Music, poetry and storybook escapism all play a part […]
Our work for Lush, has been awarded the 2016 ‘Retail Lighting Project Of The Year’ at the Lux Awards.
Michael Grubb Studio’s scheme for Crabtree & Evelyn has been shortlisted for the 2017 Surface Design Awards. Michael Grubb Studio collaborated with architectural practice, London Atelier to deliver the Herbarium interactive display. The display is a choreographed ensemble of herbs, plants and flowers preserved in panes of soap within a brass grid lit by an […]
Michael accepted an invitation from the Society of Light & Lighting (SLL) to judge the inaugural Ready Steady Light Middle East, which took place on 31st October 2016. Each team of designers was allocated a site and were given 90 minutes to design and install an exterior lighting scheme with the equipment provided. They all […]
Michael accepted an invitation to participate in the ‘My biggest inspiration’ event, hosted by Zumtobel ME at the Chart Lounge, Dubai Marina Yacht Club. The event was hosted by Alison Ritter, Head of Educational Concepts and Programmes at VIA, who interviewed Michael and 4 other lighting designers from around the globe. Questions included: Are lighting […]
On Saturday 22nd October 2016, the Lush Bournemouth store opened its doors to customers again following a six-month extensive restoration project. The new shop showcases all that is innovative and inspiring about Lush. The store is only the 4th shop in the world (after London Oxford Street, Manchester and Hong Kong) to offer customers the […]
Stuart Alexander will be talking at Light School 2017. Stuart will be talking about Michael Grubb Studio’s collaboration with Bootstrap and their Dalston Roof Park in London. The School Room will have more 2½ days of lessons and hands-on demos with top UK lighting designers taking on the role of lecturers. The aim of Light […]
Guinness Storehouse has been shortlisted for yet another lighting design award, this time a Codega Prize. The candidate projects will be presented and discussed during ILLUMINOTRONICA (PadovaFiere 6/8 October – Padua), with the prize-giving ceremony taking place on Friday 7th October evening in Venice.
Michael Grubb Studio presented DREAM3 at the 2016 DARC Awards. The ‘tongue-in-cheek’ light-art installation was a collaboration project with LSE Lighting and looked to represent the two companies personality, skill set and creativity. The brief was ‘Urban Gritty & Industrial’…. but we wanted to bring a piece of our world to East London. Playing on […]
Guinness Storehouse has been shortlisted for yet another award, this time it is the 2016 FX Awards. The lighting design winners will be announced at the awards ceremony, held in London on 30 November 2016. You can read all about the project here
Michael Grubb will be presenting with Lush store designer Melody Morton at LuxLive 2016. The presentation titled ‘Retail Lighting Hero: LUSH’ will look at the new lighting design concept for Manchester Arndale and how the high-street cosmetics retailer has cut energy use by half whilst creating a truly immersive experience for customers. The presentation will […]
Here is our latest Accidental Adventure. This time it is with Factorylux who kindly arranged for us ‘to make some lights’ at Kimmeridge Bay – which also allowed us to enjoy a long Dorset coast sunset. You can view more of our adventures on our YouTube and Vimeo channels. Enjoy!
The Fitzwilliam Museum’s latest exhibition ‘Colour: The Art of Science of Illuminated Manuscripts’ has opened to rave reviews. The exhibition COLOUR showcases advanced research undertaken by the Fitzwilliam’s curators, scientists and conservators involved in the Cambridge Illuminations and MINIARE projects. It celebrates modern-day discoveries inspired by collections assembled over 200 years ago. “The Fitzwilliam Museum best-preserved manuscripts are beautifully lit […]
Michael Grubb will be speaking in the LewesLight one-day conference on 14th October 2016, as part of the LewesLight Festival of Lighting 2016 which starts on 10th October 2016. The festival investigates the potential light has to improve the environment and the spaces we occupy, as well as a greater understanding and interpretation of a […]
Dalston Roof Garden was awarded 2nd Place, in the Small Spaces category, at the 2016 DARC Awards. The Roof Garden is a popular summer time destination which is run by community charity Bootstrap. The concept ‘Sunset, all night long’ was achieved through the use of white light and a limited range of yellow, amber and red […]
Michael Grubb Studio has been shortlisted for two LUX Awards. These include, Guinness Storehouse, for Hospitality & Leisure Lighting Project of the Year and LUSH Arndale, for best Retail Lighting Project of the Year. Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony, held in London on 24th September 2016.
Stuart Alexander tells the inside story of Dalston Roof Park for Light Collective TV. Stuart talks about the principles of the project and demonstrates how sometimes lighting design is a work of pure love and commitment (even when you are a working with a shoestring budget). The project is shortlisted for a 2016 DARC Awards […]
Michael Grubb Studio is delighted to announce that we have three projects shortlisted for the 2016 DARC Awards. Projects include: Seven Stories – National Centre for Children’s Books, Dalston Roof Park and Bournemouth Pier Approach. Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony, held at MC Motors, London on 15th September 2016.
Michael Grubb presented a the ILP Professional Lighting Summit in Brighton (UK) on Wednesday 15th June. Michael’s talk ‘Telling Stories with Light’ looked at how Michael Grubb Studio approached public engagement and how local community groups can help shape, deliver and even maintain new exterior lighting schemes. “We were thrilled to have Michael talk at […]
Congratulations to our very own Stuart Alexander who has been listed by Lighting Magazine as being amongst the top 40 lighting designers under the age of 40. The list, which was unveiled at the opening of the 2016 Lighting Design Awards, reveals the next generation of talent and includes lighting designers from over 20 countries.
We are delighted to announce that the Night of Heritage Lighting event won the 2016 Lighting Design Award for Heritage Lighting. The event, organised by the Society of Light & Lighting (SLL), was held on 1st October 2015 to celebrate the International Year of Light. Michael Grubb Studio was one of 10 design teams responsible […]
It’s the annual Michael Grubb Studio Beach Party and we’d love you to be a part of it. Put the day to one side, join us on the stunning beach here in Bournemouth and we’ll look after you. You deserve it! Activities include: BBQ! Beach Games! Water Activities! NO PEBBLES / NO STONES / NO […]
Michael Grubb will be speaking at the Professional Lighting Summit, which is to be held in Brighton (UK) on the 15th-16th June. Michael’s talk ‘Telling Stories with Light’ will be on Wednesday 15th June. The ILP Professional Lighting Summit provides hours of CPD content delivered by the only UK independent professional body for the lighting community. The […]
Michael Grubb Studio has agreed to support, participate and provide a light-art installation for the 2016 DARC Awards. DARC night will take place at MC Motors, an Aladdins Cave of props and surprising spaces, in Dalston, London on September 15th, 2016. The DARC awards is a unique concept where every independent architectural lighting designer and light artist will […]
As a first step towards continuing professional development in the lighting design world VIA have embarked on a series of interactive workshop seminars designed for professionals and taught by professionals – knowledge transfer in the truest sense. In Dubai, the teaching team will consist of Eleni Savvidou (UAE) and Michael Grubb from the UK. The […]
We are excited to announce that Bootstrap’s Roof Park Garden will be supported by the ReLIT Project. The space, which is located in Dalston, will be designed to define the summer in East London. Our brief is to enhance the space at night, but in true MGS fashion we will be pushing the boundaries of […]
Death on the Nile: Uncovering the afterlife of ancient Egypt has opened at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Lighting design by Michael Grubb Studio. The first major exhibition for the Fitzwilliam’s 2016 bicentenary celebrations goes beyond the images of mummies, pharaohs and mystery often associated with ancient Egypt. It shows how coffin design developed over 4,000 […]
Michael Grubb has accepted an invitation to speak at LuxLive Middle East, the Studio will also be exhibiting on the Wonderwall Gallery. LuxLive in the UK is moving to the Middle East in 2016, running from 13th to 14th April. With over 4,000 square metres of exhibition space, over 70 of the world’s leading lighting […]
Michael Grubb has been invited to speak at LIGHTFAIR, the world’s largest annual architectural and commercial lighting trade show, which is to be held from 26th to 28th April 2016 in San Diego, USA. LET LIGHT LIVE will look at the success of the ReLIT Project and how Michael Grubb Studio are working with suppliers […]
Michael Grubb will be speaking at Light School on Tuesday 9th February 2016, 6:45pm. The talk ‘Consumer connections and added value with light’ will focus on recent retail lighting projects where Michael Grubb Studio developed individual narratives with light. Michael will use recent case studies to demonstrate how you can add value to retail projects. Light School […]
The Michael Grubb Studio family has expanded once again, this time with the introduction of Karen Werrey-Easterbrook. Karen who has a BA in Modern History & Politics with Philosophy will act as Office Manager and PA to Michael Grubb. Welcome to the Team!
Michael Grubb presented ‘Recycle, Reduce & Reuse’ at the 2015 Professional Lighting Design Convention (PLDC). The convention, which was held in Rome from 28th – 31st October 2015, included pre-convention meetings, social events, self-running electronic poster presentations and a Gala Dinner. ‘Recycle, Reduce & Reuse’ was an in-depth presentation on the Re:LIT Project and how Michael […]
Michael Grubb Studio is delighted to welcome Anna Taddei to the MGS family. Anna who has a background in Industrial Design (University of Genoa) recently graduated with a Master of Arts in Spatial Practices (MA Architecture, Arts University Bournemouth). Anna will be providing production support, working with the design team on a wide range of […]
Michael Grubb Studio proudly supported the Night of Heritage Lighting, which was held across the UK and Ireland on 1st October 2015. Organised by the Society of Light & Lighting the initiative celebrated the skills of its members and promote UNESCO World Heritage Sites – all in acknowledgement of the UNESCO International Year of Light […]
It took up the Studio and most of our time – but it was worth it! After much anticipation (and various cryptic twitter posts) our Light Installation for DARC Night was finally revealed at the Testbed1 / Doodle Bar on Thursday 24th September. Working with Lucent Lighting our concept stemmed from the idea of celebrating […]
Michael Grubb Studio’s work at the Guinness Storehouse was acknowledged at the inaugural DARC Awards, picking up 3rd Place in the International Interiors High Budget category. The awards celebrated the very best lighting design projects and products from all over the world. The DARC Awards was a unique concept where Lighting Designers voted on their favorite lighting […]
We are delighted to announce that Brooklands Museum has received a confirmed grant of £4.681million from Heritage Lottery Funding (HLF) for its ‘Brooklands Aircraft Factory & Race Track Revival Project’. Brooklands, one of the UK’s most historically significant sites for motoring, aviation and engineering is to undergo a significant redevelopment to bring to life […]
Michael Grubb Studio collaborated with London Atelier to deliver an interactive display for Crabtree & Evelyn, part of the RIBA 2015 Regent Street Windows Project. The exhibition runs for three weeks from Monday 7 to Sunday 27 September, coinciding with both the London Design Festival and London Fashion Week. The project received a Special Commendation for an […]
Judging for the World Interior News Awards is now complete. Michael Grubb, along with Colin Ball (BDP), Mark Major (Spiers & Major) and Massimo Buster Minale (Buster+Punch) spent the day deliberating over a wide range of Lighting Products and Lighting Projects. This year’s Lighting Products featured designer bulbs, updated classics, art installation pieces and the […]
On the evening of 1st October, the Society of Light and Lighting (SLL) will celebrate the skills of its members and promote UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Night of Heritage Lighting (NoHL) will illuminate several UNESCO World Heritage Sites within the UK and Ireland, in acknowledgement of the UNESCO International Year of Light 2015 (#IYL2015). […]
We’re seeing some interesting things here at Michael Grubb Studio and it’s all about you. Please don’t close this screen and move onto another page. Promise you that this is not a thinly veiled sales message by attempting to look sincere. It is also not an excuse to stop, gloat and say ‘look at us.’ […]
Michael Grubb Studio have been shortlisted for three DARC Awards. They are, Guinness Storehouse (Best Interior Scheme, High Budget) and Wonderful World of Oliver Jeffers & Nova Building (Best Interior Scheme, Low Budget). http://www.darcawards.com/guinness-storehouse-ireland/ http://www.darcawards.com/wonderful-world-of-oliver-jeffers-uk/ http://www.darcawards.com/nova-building-uk/ The DARC Awards is the brainchild of Mondo Arc and Light Collective, with purpose being to allow fellow lighting […]
Michael Grubb Studio has been selected as one of ten lighting designers for the DARC Night Awards. The Studio will collaborate with a manufacturer (Lucent Lighting) to design and build a light installation for the Awards. DARC night will take place at arts venue Testbed1 / Doodle Bar (http://www.testbed1.com/ http://www.thedoodlebar.com/) in Battersea, London on September […]
If we hired a Delorian and it took us to 2025, what would we see within the lighting industry? What would the world of lighting look like? It’s a question we ask ourselves in the studio from time to time. So, we sat down one afternoon and threw everything out there with how the future […]
The Michael Grubb Studio family has expanded (if only for a short while), with Ella Hughman joining the team as an intern for 2 months. Ella, currently at the Arts University of Bournemouth, will be supporting the design team on a wide range of projects, which includes Public Realm, Light-Art, Residential and Exhibition related projects.
Flights? Check! Apartments? Check! Passports? Check! – which means the Michael Grubb Studio team is officially off to Rome and PLDC 2015! The Professional Lighting Design Convention (PLDC) runs from 28th–31st October 2015 and we will be there for every minute, in fact we will be there a day earlier to soak up the atmosphere […]
We did it last year and we’re doing it again, the Michael Grubb Studio beach party is back. Before you think, ‘it’s just a company having a jolly on the beach and inviting others down,’ there is a reason for all this. Yes, we like to let our hair down. Yes, we know that Friday […]
For a public realm lighting project to be embraced by a community, telling stories are vital for long-term success. It can be soul destroying visiting towns and cities that once had a vision for their lighting project now looking rundown and unloved. By why is this? For many projects, lighting schemes have not engaged enough […]
The Nova Building project for Amigo Loans was Highly Commended by the judging team at the 2015 Lighting Design Awards. The ReLIT Project, a charity initiative by Michael Grubb Studio, was also Commended at the awards ceremony that was held on the 26th March at London Park Lane Hilton. For the Nova Building, Michael Grubb […]
Michael Grubb Studio’s ‘Gardens of Light’ project has picked another award, this time at Bournemouth’s Tourism Awards, where it was named Best Creative Concept. The Gardens of Light project, which is now in its second year, was designed and curated by Michael Grubb Studio. The project has has gained national recognition and helped pull in […]
Michael Grubb accepted an invitation to join the judging team for the World Interior News Awards. The World Interiors News Awards celebrate interior design projects and products that have made the biggest impact on our material and visual culture throughout the year. From residential, workspace and retail interiors to lighting, furniture and accessories, the judging panel search […]
Michael Grubb will be speaking at the Professional Lighting Design Convention (PLDC) in Rome, on Friday 30th October. ‘Recycle, reduce & reuse’ will be a in-depth presentation on the Re:LIT Project and how Michael Grubb Studio is working with manufacturers to recycle superseded product lines, old samples, ex-demonstration kit, superficially damaged equipment, products that contain […]
‘Accidental Adventures’ is a new series of short films created by Michael Grubb Studio, found on our You Tube channel. “We often find ourselves in strange situations and locations – so we thought it would be interesting to share some of these experiences with you, giving a glimpse into our wonderful world and some of […]
The work within our community has been recognised on an industry level. It highlights the spirit of others to improve the environments we are part of. Last month (November 20th), we were honoured to be a winner at the annual Lux Awards within the recycling category (we were a finalist alongside Sainsbury’s and Dexreco). The […]
To curate a multi-award winning event, collaboration with others is the key to success. Tomorrow (Friday November 28th) the Gardens Of Light Festival returns to Bournemouth for another festive programme. The objective is to create a focal point for the town and community to engage and interact with. The continued success of the project is […]
Michael Grubb has accepted an invitation to speak at the ‘How To Be Brilliant’ series, which will take place in 2015. Michael’s talk (yet to be named) will be on 24th March 2015. These fun, free, friendly accessible get togethers have a different focus each month and are aimed at new designers, apprentices, interns, students […]
We are delighted to announce Michael Grubb Studio has won an award for the ReLIT Project. The Lux award was presented at the Troxy Theatre in London on 20th November 2014. The ReLIT Project , a sustainable initiative, developed back in 2013, picked up an award in the Recycling category. Although the concept was developed […]
Michael Grubb Studio participated in the ‘Great British Light Off’ at London Excel on 19th November, 2014. The event, organised by LUX LIVE, pitched engineers manufacturers and lighting designers against each other to find out who could claim the title of Britain’s top lighting team. The knockout competition consisted of elimination rounds of fiendish challenges […]
We are delighted to announce that Michael Grubb Studio has been nominated for two Lighting Design Awards. The Nova Building, for Amigo Loans, has been shortlisted within the Workplace Category, whilst the ReLIT Project has been shortlisted under Low Carbon. Both projects were completed in 2014 and have already received a huge amount of press […]
‘Lost Light’ by Michael Grubb Studio has been shortlisted for a 2015 Surface Design Award. The project, which won a UK Lighting Design Award and a Design Week Award, was part of the Gardens of Light Festival which was held within Bournemouth’s Lower Gardens from Dec 2013 / January 2014. The Surface Design Awards recognise […]
Stuart Alexander will be speaking at a new YLP event called ‘Lighting Slam’. The event will be held at the Atrium Showroom, 28 Leonard St, London EC2A 4BY on Wednesday 22nd October 2014, starting at 6:30pm. There will be a range of short presentations (5-10 minutes) from various speakers with differing backgrounds, which includes architecture, […]
We are delighted to announce that the ReLIT Project has been shortlisted for a LUX AWARD. The Lux Awards recognizes clients, designers and end-users that have used lighting in exceptional ways to improve their lit environment – and reduce energy. The ReLIT Project has been nominated for Recycling Project of the Year and is up […]
We are delighted to announce that Brighton and Hove City Council Planning Committee voted in favour of the £100m Circus Street development. The development, was designed by architects Shedkm with landscape architects J & L Gibbons and specialist lighting design consultants Michael Grubb Studio. The proposed development will turn the Circus Street area into a vibrant […]
Following the success of the first year, Light School, presented by Light Collective and hosted at Surface Design Show is back…and looking to influence and educate yet more architects and designers about light. The aim of Light School is to provide architects and designers with education and knowledge about lighting design and lighting products. Light […]
Applications are now open for Re:LIT 2015. So if you have a poorly lit community project within the UK that operates on inefficient lighting then please get in touch. To nominate a deserving scheme please email firstname.lastname@example.org RE:LIT is a way for manufacturers to take superseded, damaged and ex-demo lighting off their shelves and put […]
London’s V&A museum has opened its doors to Disobedient Objects – a new temporary exhibition that explores objects of art and design that have been used as tools for social change. The exhibition focuses on the late 1970s to the present; a period that has brought new technologies, social and political challenges. Michael Grubb Studio provided lighting […]
Michael Grubb will be presenting the Re:LIT Project at LuxLive on 19th November 2014, at 12am. The event will be located at its new home of London ExCeL and will be bring together all of the latest thinking and innovations in the world of lighting. Michael, co-founder or the Re:LIT Project, will talk about the overall […]
Following on from the success of last years multi-award winning Gardens of Light festival, Bournemouth BID have commissioned Michael Grubb Studio to prepare new designs for this years event, which will run from 28th November – 5th January 2015. Plans are well underway with the festival being expanded to cover additional areas of Bournemouth’s Grade […]
We are delighted to welcome Natalia Maslanka and Greta Smetonitue to the Michael Grubb Studio team. Both Natalia and Greta recently graduated from the Arts University of Bournemouth. Natalia studied Interior Architecture and Design with her final major project focusing on a multi-media light and digital mapping installation at the Shelley Theatre. Natalia’s love of […]
Michael Grubb Studio will be holding its first Summer Beach Party on the Friday 13th June. Clients, design team partners, manufacturers and organisations are all invited down to Branksome Beach to enjoy an afternoon of sun, sea and socialising. The party will revolve around a mini beach football competition that is to be held from […]