Month: November 2014

Paul Katz

It was with shock and real sadness that we heard of Paul Katz’s death last week. Paul was a huge figure – both physically and professionally. His clients dotted the globe, and so often we found ourselves in the same cities, the same meetings and on the same projects. Once, Peter (Murray) and I were… Read more »

Wordsearch in Paris

After rising unfeasibly early last Friday morning, the team at Wordsearch London team made our way to Eurostar, St Pancras, and readied ourselves for a day of Frank Gehry and croissants. Following a summer spent branding and marketing Battersea Power Station Phase 3, which comprises Battersea Roof Gardens, a residential development designed by Frank Gehry;  we… Read more »

One World Trade Centre opens its doors

On November 1st, 2014, moving trucks arrived at the One World Trade Center, carrying the possessions of the building’s first residents, iconic publishing giant Condé Nast. About 170 of Condé Nast’s employees have already moved in to the building, and 3,000 more will join them at the beginning of the New Year; in total, the… Read more »

Wordsearch appointed to Battersea Power Station

We are delighted to announce that Wordsearch were chosen to create the marketing and branding for Phase 3 of the re-development of Battersea Power Station in London. Located on the River Thames, Phase 3 of this landmark scheme has been jointly designed by celebrated architects, Gehry Partners and Foster + Partners.  Phase 3 will be… Read more »

100 Views Around The Shard

Wordsearch are always keen to hear about what’s happening in this breathtaking skyscraper, especially when it involves architecture. So this month we were pleased to discover that The Shard will play host to Article 25’s 10×10 Drawing The City event. One hundred artists were challenged to create an image, after being allocated a square from a grid of… Read more »