In a well-lit studio in the centre of The Hague, adorned with objects expressing a seemingly eclectic field of interest, Buro Derk Dumbar has its home. Here the blend of two generations of Dumbar comes to full bloom: understanding of ‘old’ media richly feeds the design of the ‘new’. Tradition meets rebellion. A common disdain of ‘trends’ expresses itself in a no-nonsense approach.
What do we do? Anything concerning visual communication and corporate branding.
Our group of clients consists of governmental and non-governmental organisations, profit and non-profit corporations, centres for arts and culture, science and education. National and international. Great and small.
What don’t we do? You tell us.
We are crazy and creative enough to consider anything.
We like to think before you act.
Royal College of Art, London
The Royal College of Art announced that its new Fine Art block will be called the Dyson Building in honour of the English industrial designer, inventor and entrepreneur Sir James Dyson. Buro Derk Dumbar was asked to design the opening invitation.
Buro Derk Dumbar created a handmade soldering piece, which was the main design for the invitation. Custom typography was created by Arthur Reinders Folmer.