Based on Love Koffee’s founding family’s Indian heritage, we created a brand identity rich in cultural references shot through with a contemporary vibe. Hand-drawn illustrations were used throughout to express the craft inherent in creating the perfect cup of coffee, whilst drawing reference from the Indian body-art tradition of Mehndi.
A strategic rebrand and a new interior concept gave this flagship store a blended retail and hospitality environment for people to browse, buy, relax and socialise.
The combination of contemporary finishes and historic detail gives the space a rich character. From a customer’s perspective, the seamless transition from the period building into the modern extension ensures a consistent brand experience.
In a district known for innovative fashion, art and technology, Shoreditch needed a retail platform that could keep pace. Adopting a short lease format gave the flexibility required to ensure an agile retail mix. Existing retailers were enhanced to fit the newly defined aesthetic and several units were retained as pure pop-up venues.
With a nostalgic nod to simpler times, Prosper set about creating a bold new restaurant environment inspired by a road trip through 1950’s America.
Nelson’s is a celebration of America; proudly big, bold and populated with iconic pieces.
1855 marks a seminal moment in wine history – the year Napoleon III introduced a classification system that ranked Bordeaux region wines in terms of quality. The founders of 1855 sought to share their own historical knowledge, creating a captivating space for novices and enthusiasts alike. A space that connects passion and knowledge, demanding visitors take some time to pause, relax and reflect.
Today we look back into the Prosper archives to one of our favourite projects from 2014…
Change in the branding world continues to accelerate and evolve. Prosper’s Head of Branding, Colin Walsh, looks at how brands today need to be relevant, responsive and less predictable…