Roberts Limbrick’s vision for 2022

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Roberts Limbrick is looking ahead to an exciting year with new branding and some flagship projects on the horizon.

The architecture and design practice recently revealed their new website with a bold new logo. Their new slogan ‘Designed for life’ refers to their innovative designs that positively impact users in a wide range of contexts, from schools and hospitals to offices and houses. The new visual identity reflects the dynamism and creativity of their team and comes after a period of growth and evolution.

Despite a challenging two years throughout the pandemic, Roberts Limbrick has thrived. They recently expanded their team to over 100 members of staff and, in 2020, they established an in-house interior design team. At the end of 2021, the team redesigned the company’s office in the iconic Gloucester Carriage Building. The workspace now incorporates collaborative and flexible workspaces as well as features to promote staff wellness, such as soft furnishings, plants, and an area for lunchtime yoga.

Joe Roberts 2Speaking about Roberts Limbrick’s rebrand and future, Director Joe Roberts says, “We felt it was time to update our logo and website to reflect the range of creative and technical people who work at our practice, as well as update our office to provide an inspiring, collaborative space in the age of hybrid working.

We are an established practice with a loyal base of customers, so the fundamental service and ethos of Roberts Limbrick has not changed. Our new branding simply shows the strength and creativity of our team. A new website also allows us to share more content, allowing our audience to see ‘behind the scenes’ of working at Roberts Limbrick.” 

With exciting projects on the horizon, there’s sure to be a lot of interesting insights on the new website. The company covers a variety of sectors, including residential, leisure, healthcare, commercial and education, and has dedicated urban design, interior design, and 3D visualisation teams. 2022 will see the completion of a number of projects around the country including the opening of a major new sporting venue.

Roberts Limbrick looks towards the future in its designs and is passionate about sustainability. They have been involved in the design of numerous low carbon buildings, and many of their designs meet Passivhaus and BREEAM standards.

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