Roper Rhodes Brand Development

After Thirty years the Roper Rhodes marque has changed. In February Ice House Design was appointed by the UK's leading supplier of Bathroom accessories and furniture, to develop their visual identity and be involved with it's application across all communication channels. Including print, web, signage, stationery etc. Visual identity guidelines have been created to ensure consistency and coherence... Continue Reading →


Kingston Lacy, Beech Avenue Exhibition Win

After a 3 way pitch, Ice House Design have been appointed to design and produce the exhibition to celebrate the avenue of Beech trees located between Wimborne Minster and Blandford Forum. It consisted of 731 trees and was planted by William John Bankes in 1835.  The exhibition will be at Kingston Lacy from September and then travel to other... Continue Reading →

Bruton Museum Posters

The Bruton Museum organises monthly talks given by local people with a special and specific interest. Because of the frequency of the events there must be a coherence and consistency with the design while each poster being obviously different. Continuity is achieved through use of colour (or lack of it), typography, composition and the very... Continue Reading →

Kayak launch

We will be launching our kompany kayak© later this month. Our studio backs onto the River Avon and when work permits, we get paddling. If any of our clients would like to give us a brief up river at the Bathampton Mill there's plenty of parking – for boats.

The National Trust – Kingston Lacy

Ice House Design have been appointed to create internal interpretation at the National Trust's Kingston Lacy property. The project concerns the wonderful Red Devon cattle that are reared within the grounds. The animals can be seen in the fields and eaten in the restaurant. About as locally sourced produce as you can get.

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