New Office in London

Liverpool creative studios, Smiling Wolf, BCA Landscape and Milky Tea have joined forces to amplify their London presence with the announcement of a new office in the capital. Based in the Shoreditch creative hub, Rochelle School, the office will provide support for each studio’s expanding client roster in the city, also acting as a base for both business development and client services. The move marks a significant milestone for all three businesses, with the new location complementing their existing Merseyside headquarters by bolstering services supplied to clients. The new premises also offer the studios the opportunity to work together on large projects as a team. With collective disciplines of landscape architecture and graphic design, animation, illustration, branding, green environmental planning and games development at their disposal, the joint venture offers increased opportunity for all involved. BCA Landscape Managing Director Andy Thomson said: “We are all very excited here at BCA Landscape to be sharing our new London base at the Rochelle School Studio in Shoreditch with our great friends and creative collaborators at Smiling Wolf and Milky Tea. It is an important move for us and will further enhance our abilities to provide a high quality design and delivery service for existing and new clients in London and the South East”. Housing a mixture of organisations and individuals working in creative areas such as painting, film, fashion, graphic design, music and architecture, the studio and exhibition space boasts clients such as jewellery designer, Katie Hillier, Warp Records, Frieze and Hall London. The Victorian building is also home the notable Arnold & Henderson Rochelle Canteen.


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