Thought Collective

Thought Collective


Thought Collective expands

23 Nov 2015, 1354hrs

Written by: Ryan Mitchell

Rather aptly, Thought Collective will begin January 2016 in a fresh new studio space, designed by Hall McKnight architects.

TC upstairs

Eleven years ago, we commissioned architect Alastair Hall to design our current studio which went on to receive an RSUA award and RIBA nomination.

Since that time it has been the scene of many inspired collaborations between our clients and creative team including repackaging Farmview Milk, campaigns for Nitec Solutions and PWC, identities for Postal Net and Tibus, and many beautiful websites such as those for Avalon Guitars, Rachel Khoo, Exosphere, Irwin’s Bakery and Johnson’s Coffee.

Hall McKnight has expanded our existing much loved studio deeper into the first floor of the Portview Trade Centre to create a suite of shared rooms, break out spaces and meeting points. This enables our team to choose between quiet, focused work places and open plan areas to further enhance the collaborative process that has become a Thought Collective hallmark.

TC upstairs

The build began in earnest in mid October with works on schedule for completion by the end of the year. Keep an eye out for future blog posts showing the finished studio, and an invitation to the opening party.

As well as expanding the studio, we are also growing our team. We are currently looking for highly talented designers and developers. We are also interested to hear from experienced Account Handlers and Business Development Executives with a track record in branding and digital work. Check out the jobs page for more information.


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