We are a leading design agency whose aim is to bring your vision to life. Working with clients across the globe, we specialise in concept creation, strategy, branding and interior design for the hospitality industry; together with brand and packaging design for domestic and international food, drink and other FMCG brands.
Founded in 1998, we have created over 100 brands and refreshed many more for a variety of clients, including Accor Hotels, Campari Group plc, Pernod Ricard, Ei Group plc, Swarovski, Amaris Hospitality, Casual Dining Group, Slimfast, Monin, Rebel Kitchen, Giraffe Restaurants and Bubbleology.
Our philosophy is carefully applied to every project to ensure we deliver our successful methodology in helping define the core of every business and brand we work on; treating each brand on its owns merits and establishing the brand’s personality, competitive analysis and market positioning, before applying a defined strategy across all brand and design activity.
Small but mighty, our close-knit and dedicated team have exceptional talent; ranging from brand strategy, full concept design, FMCG packaging design, interior and architectural design and website design.
We always strive for a fresh approach in everything we do and put the same amount of passion into every project – whether it be a single site concept or a global multi-site operator. It’s what we love to do that counts!
Working in close collaboration with our clients, from concept to launch and beyond, we believe in their business as much as they do and genuinely want to help ensure their success. We have often immersed ourselves that little bit further, co-venturing new concepts, including Bubbleology and The Coffee Collaborative.
Designing a Paragon of flavour for Mixologists
Mystery works with Monin and Alex Kratena to design a paragon of flavour that Mixologists would be inspired by.
Mystery helps Mr Ji shake up fried chicken
We’re really excited to have been part of the creation of a great new Taiwanese fried chicken concept, Mr Ji, launched just before Christmas in Old Compton Street, London.