Isabella Court was named after Mrs Isabella Gilmore, who ran a Church of England charitable organisation from the site in Victorian times and was sister to William Morris, noted artist, craftsman and a founder of the gloriously decorative Arts & Craft movement. She commissioned famed architect Philip Webb, a colleague of her brother’s, to create a chapel within Gilmore House, the headquarters of her organisation. Isabella Court sits within the original grounds of that house, which is now a Grade II listed building.
MDUK was tasked in the preparation of creating a brand identity for the development. A William Morris inspired, foiled rose motif was adopted as the central icon with a complimentary mustard seed colour theme and double-edged font style indicative of the period. The project included, image procurement, a sales microsite, brochure design and printing on a much suited, uncoated stock for a rustic and textured finish.
- Property Brochure
- Creative Design
- Print Management
- Digital Marketing