Marc Thorpe Design

About

About |

Marc Thorpe Design was founded in 2010 by architect and industrial designer Marc Thorpe. Thorpe is known internationally for his innovative and dynamic work, taking a rigorous approach to the integration of architecture, design and technology. Thorpe and his team collaborate with clients to develop and execute brand growth strategies. The studio conceptualizes design while building brands, and has the resources to produce consistent communication platforms, include architecture, interior design, digital media, graphic design, furniture design, product design, retail and exhibit design.

The studio designs relationships. The focus of Marc Thorpe Design is in the systemic intersections a project presents. In order to discover a project’s potential, the studio works closely with clients and collaborators to foster new ideas, establish common vision and innovative strategies of approach to nurture the design process. The results are design solutions with the highest degree of precision, quality and character.

The studio offers itself as an open system of exchange. Thorpe has dedicated the studio to the research, professional practice and education of systems thinking through the discipline of architecture and design. Thorpe states, “We believe in a holistic design approach, which engages the social components of space and form.” Collaborations with digital artists, interactive designers, new media designers, sound and lighting engineers and social media experts have advanced the practice’s diversity and knowledge.

Services |

architecture
Interior
product
Furniture
Exhibit
Retail
Package
Branding

 

Selected Clients |

ABInbev
Acura
Alcantara
Acqua di Parma
Bernhardt Design
Caesarstone
Cappellini
CasamaniA
Classic CAr Club
Cooper Hewitt
Davidoff
David Yurman
Esquire
Estee Lauder
Febrik
Franke
Hearst
HPDM
IBM
Infiniti
Leica
Ligne Roset
L'Oreal
LVMH
Mercedes Benz
Moroso
Nanimarquina
SaATCHI & SAATCHI
Stella Artois
Surface
Tod's
Under Armour
Venini

Selected Press |

Dezeen
intramuros
esquire
interior design
surface
Minimalissimo
TLmagazine
design milk
coolhunting
Interni
Designboom
NYTimes
core77
Domus
initaly