Website and blog for a touring theatre company that shows only new plays. A dynamic site with multiple content pathways, from a location-based map to a playwright-centric archive.
Interactive, large-format editorial features showcasing new products and exclusive video content combined with an ultra-flat buying process have made the site Whistle’s biggest selling shop.
An identity, website and launch campaign for a new commission of short films, with the goal of developing audiences for the short film format itself.
Branding system for the creative film commissioning company, Animate Projects. Bureau's solution incorporates colour gradients and clean typography to strong effect.
The National Gallery's three year programme of London 2012 portraiture is represented in a freely configurable, draggable timeline, allowing exploration of its present and past.
An award-winning, always-on video channel for the Tate Gallery, that allows users to browse and watch videos at the same time.
Bi-lingual and highly adaptable website for the newly founded Public Arts body in Wales, using the bold identity system which Bureau created for the organisation.
Website for a mobile laboratory created by the Guggenheim and BMW, which will travel to nine major cities worldwide over six years on a mission to explore contemporary urban life.
Bureau was briefed to create the online home of a unique moving image commissioning agency and gallery space, located in Bristol.
London-based production agency artevents commissioned artist Simon English to revisit 75 points first encountered in the making of his monumental All England Sculpture in 1971.
Naming and branding process for a Public Arts body in Wales. The yellow hero colour and 'X' mark helped create a distinctive and positive brand.
A directory of British films and directors, curated by the British Council Film, which works to promote UK film talent to audiences and collaborators abroad.
An explorative and visually impressive website for probably the world’s most exciting art-commissioning body.
Website and microsite for Pallant House Gallery, an art gallery in Chichester specialising in contemporary British art.
Bureau united the three distinct bodies of this diverse arts foundation into one coherent presentation, increasing the visibility of both the artist and organisation within the arts sector.
An almanach application designed for Harper Collins, allowing visual comparison of different sets of national data.
Bureau has designed an extensive online catalogue for the National Maritime Museum of over 9,000 items relating to the history of Britain at sea.
Website for a foreign currency exchange service group, incorporating a corporate brand website in tandem with its consumer-facing sister site, Rabbit FX.
Bureau developed a visual language that translates the physical experience of visiting the gallery onto the screen with an integrated, highly functional and immersive browsing experience.
Our digital translation of the creative industry's leading publication made all of the printed magazine available online for the first time, saw page-views double, and new visitors increase by over 70%.
A new website for The London International Festival of Theatre, whose recently expanded remit sees them staging a rich programme at both traditional theatres and unusual locations.
Attracting more the 50,000 monthly users, Bureau’s highly successful self-initiated project to create a central listing platform contemporary art has exceeded all expectations.
The online presence for the UK's most exciting choreographer — Wayne McGregor, and his company Random Dance, utilising large-format media elements, such as fullscreen video.
A visual identity based on the minimal, scientific and mathematically precise approach of the celebrated resident choreographer at the Royal Ballet.