We are a London based, multidisciplinary design studio founded in 2018 by Architects Brando Posocco and Madhav Kidao. Although Architects by training, our design experience encompasses furniture design, transport design, art direction and masterplanning. All of which are approached with the same high level of passionate curiosity, critical thinking, and meticulous execution.
We work with individuals, institutions, brands and municipalities as well as collaborate with musicians, artists and
We aim to provide considered, crafted, holistic design that results in joyful and exquisite
Brando is a registered Architect in both the UK and his native Italy, where he graduated with Distinction from Università IUAV di Venezia in 2011.
From 2011 to 2014 Brando worked as an Architect in Beijing for a number of high profile practices. Whilst in Beijing he founded a clothing label and worked as an Architectural photographer for publications including Domus, Abitare and Casabella. Brando moved to London in 2014 to work for Heatherwick Studio. He was part of the core team that designed Google’s UK HQ in Kings Cross and the David Geffen Concert Hall, New York. Other key projects include an exploration yacht, a furniture range and the design of a new technology focused city. Brando is interested in giving soul to spaces, buildings and objects.
Madhav is a UK registered Architect. He graduated with Distinction from The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL in 2012. Madhav holds a further MSc with Distinction in Adaptive Architecture from The Bartlett, UCL and a BArch from The University of Nottingham.
Madhav has worked in Tokyo, Amsterdam, Abu Dhabi and New York. He worked at Heatherwick Studio between 2013-2017. Key projects included a high end residential tower in Singapore, a footbridge in London, Google’s UK HQ and the David Geffen Concert Hall renovation, where he led the design of the Auditorium. Madhav has a particular interest in cultural, narrative and imagination led design and on projects that
focus upon performance and the use of
experimental technology, film and craft in design.