Windermere Jetty

Kirsty Carter

Windermere Jetty is a new museum for the Lake District. It houses a significant collection of boats formerly held at the Windermere Steamboat Museum, and provides a world-class heritage attraction, celebrating local culture and life on the lake. APFEL were commissioned to create a clean and characterful visual identity for Windermere Jetty that could extend to appropriate and beautiful signage and wayfinding throughout the new site.

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    Kirsty Carter, UK (2019)

    A Practice for Everyday Life is a graphic design studio based in London, founded by Kirsty Carter and Emma Thomas in 2003. Their work includes art direction, identities, publications, exhibitions, type...

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    Windermere Jetty is a new museum for the Lake District. It houses a significant collection of boats formerly held at the Windermere Steamboat Museum, and provides a world-class heritage attraction, celebrating local culture and life on the lake. APFEL were commissioned to create a clean and characterful visual identity for Windermere Jetty that could extend to appropriate and beautiful signage and wayfinding throughout the new site.

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    • Lakeland Arts
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    Kirsty Carter, UK (2019)

      A Practice for Everyday Life is a graphic design studio based in London, founded by Kirsty Carter and Emma Thomas in 2003. Their work includes art direction, identities, publications, exhibitions, type design, signage, packaging, and digital. They have built a reputation as an internationally renowned and sought-after collaborator through their work with like-minded companies, galleries, institutions and individuals, and they work with a conceptual rigour that ensures each design is meaningful and original.

      Their clients include Tate, Barbican, John Lobb/Hermès, Bloomsbury, Marian Goodman Gallery, V&A, and Phaidon. Their work is held in collections at The Art Institute of Chicago, the V&A Museum Archive, the Bibliothèque National des Livres Rares, Paris, the Royal College of Art Library, and the Tate Library.