Stage One/

48 hours to create a book/

We’re old enough to remember when it would take two days just to get a quote for printing a book. Fortunately with digital printing, things are quite a bit quicker these days. Stage One had been asked in to a meeting in London for a potentially huge project. They wanted a hardbook book producing (to leave with the client) showcasing some of the amazing projects they’d been involved in. Thomas Heatherwick’s 2012 Olympic cauldron, a Zaha Hadid art space for Chanel and various Serpentine pavilions. Beautiful content wasn’t an issue, the time was – they needed it in 48 hours! We worked really closely with the printers and bookbinders to deliver an exceptional product, which was received with great enthusiasm.

Get in touch /

Lyness Loseby Limited,
The Old Vicarage

Contact /

Ian Loseby
07798 726443

Case studies /

  • Taking spaces to new places

    Moorgarth sees property as more than just a shell to generate rent from; they create modern, sought-after destinations that serve the needs of the local community. Their brand however, lacked the inspiration, clarity, or sense of purpose we could see in the team.Read more /

Projects /

  • Turning staff into photographers

    The Workhaus build all sorts of amazing, one-off structures for museums and their special exhibitions. But they couldn’t afford a photographer to capture the finished products or the step-by-step process behind them.Read more /