What am I supposed to do with this cup?

The quote on the side of our meeting room coffee jug says it all. ‘Coffee first. Schemes later.’ I don’t think our studio is unique in its love for


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Creative Review Interview: HOW TO DO GOOD WORK

Studio Thomas.Matthews has put sustainability at the heart of its design practice and working environment. Mark Sinclair talks to its co-founder Sophie Thomas about creativity as an agent for


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Season’s Greetings from the team at TM.

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Six month superhero needed

We’re looking for a senior designer to join us while Tamara, one of our design team, jets off on a South American sabbatical. If you are creative, dedicated and have in interest in good*


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We’ve Moved.

It’s happened. Finally we’re in the new office. And it’s a very nice office. There’s exposed brick, wooden floor, comfy sofas, bare concrete pillars, a library, a fancy new


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St Mary’s University Entrance

We've had a pretty busy summer of work, which has meant installation in September! The Thomas.Matthews team have been working alongside our sister company Useful Studio on the refurbishment of the


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TM at Clerkenwell Design Week – Design for disassembly

The CDW has been a busy one for team TM. Sophie played an integral role at the festival, instigated by speaking on a panel debate: ‘Waste not, Want not: the role


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Sophie, Alan and friends

Last night our founding director, Sophie Thomas, spoke on a panel at Pick Me Up with some of Typography’s biggest names; Alan Kitching, Anthony Burrill, Henrik Kubel and compère


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TM poster to celebrate 100th Anniversary of Johnston Font

As part of Transport for London's 'Transported by Design' project, Sophie and the team were invited design a poster to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Edward Johnston's icon Johnston font. In 1916 the


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Sheffield Children’s Hospital in Creative Review

Creative Review have done a fantastic write up of our Sheffield Children's Hospital project in their latest 'Health' issue. Thanks go to Mark Sinclair CR's deputy editor, Cat Powell at Artfelt for


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