Kellenberger–White is a London-based graphic design studio with an international reputation for context-specific design schemes that combine bespoke typography, craft techniques and digital technologies.
For ten years, the studio has developed visual languages that are responsive and process-led – from books, websites and printed matter to branding, wayfinding, exhibitions and spatial experiences. We combine deep cultural knowledge with strategic insight. Ambitious in our service to clients, we take great care to listen and develop long-term collaborations.
Recent projects include: identities for Goldsmiths CCA and Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art; exhibition design for the V&A; books for Hauser & Wirth; wayfinding for the University of Cambridge; and branding for Tillingham Wines.
Eva Kellenberger and Sebastian White began their creative partnership while studying at the Royal College of Art. They have been invited to exhibit and talk around the world, and their work is held in public collections in Europe. Kellenberger–White’s identity for the Glasgow International arts festival was shortlisted by the Design Museum for Designs of the Year 2015. Awards include the Swiss Federal Office of Culture, Most Beautiful Swiss Books 2016. In 2018, the studio’s ‘Alphabet’ installation was headline project for the London Design Festival.