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Ipswich: Sharp new image for acoustics firm

06:00 20 February 2013

Silk Pearce designer Andrea Gosling with Kieran Gayler, director at Sharps Redmore with the company’s new building signage and one of its new look reports.

Silk Pearce designer Andrea Gosling with Kieran Gayler, director at Sharps Redmore with the company’s new building signage and one of its new look reports.


Colchester-based design and branding consultancy Silk Pearce has helped rebrand Sharps Redmore.


The firm, one of the UK’s largest and longest established firms of specialist acoustic consultants, now has a new corporate identity, literature and website.

The bold new look includes a digitised wave-shaped graphic to represent the science of acoustics. The design overhaul includes a pallet of new corporate colours and typography.

Andrea Gosling, designer at Silk Pearce, said: “Sharps Redmore has had a new management team and business owners in the last few years but felt that its marketing materials had not kept pace.

“Their new visual identity has been specifically designed to present a striking, more confident look and works equally well in print as well as online.”

Sharps Redmore director Kieran Gayler said: “Silk Pearce has created a more appealing and flexible visual design style for Sharps Redmore that can grow and evolve as our needs change. Andrea and the design team were brilliant in helping us through the rebranding process. They responded quickly on everything and considered and explained every minor detail to ensure our new communications materials deliver maximum impact.”



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