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Visit a vision of eclectic minimalism
A tour around a French interior designer's 17th century chateau

After making his name in Paris designing menswear for Pierre Cardin, Pierre Yovanovitch opened his own interior atelier and his own home is explored in Nicks latest film for NOWNESS' 'In Residence' series

"A place where everything goes...naturally"

It was hard to leave once Nick settled into this palatial masterpiece of minimalism. With its outdoor pool, an immersive experience of exquisite furniture and art housed in an immaculately restored chateau.

Meet the man behind the mansion on the lastest Nowness commission by Nick.

Published on NOWNESS here

See the story here

Capturing snake venom in Liverpool
Inside the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

For this story on the Wellcome Trusts's MosaicScience news website Nick went to visit Nick Casewell and his team who are working to understand what makes up the venom in some 49 different species of snakes. Feeding time at the herpetarium involves 163 snakes and the team there work to make antivenoms more effective and affordable for those around the world who simply can't get access to them. Nick entered the venom extraction room in order to photograph this series where snakes are free to roam.

See the publication here 
See the story here 

The Olivetti factory town of Ivrea, Italy
An abandoned, modernist utopia for designed living

"Ivrea, an Italian town run in its heyday by the typewriter manufacturer Olivetti, was once a model for workers’ rights and progressive design. Now, it is both a cautionary tale and a vision of an abandoned utopia — and evidence of a grand experiment in making labor humane." TMag

Nick revelled in the geometries and faded grandeur at the remains of the glory days of the Olivetti empire in Ivrea. This series focusses, as Nick's work often does, on the imprint left behind when people have abandoned a place and what these remnants might tell us about the ideals of the architects and workers who, for a time, called this place home.

See the article here

See the story here

Inside the Maharam Warehouse
Back in New York to capture humans and textiles.

Nick is always excited about working with Maharam, as he gets to document many aspects of the life behind this very special textile company. 

On this trip, he visited their main distribution centre for North America, a 95,000-square-foot facility in Yaphank, New York. For this story, he is also able find the human side to 9000 samples, yards and yards of products and a massive infrastructure that ships to a long list of clients and manufacturers. 

It almost feels as if like the rolls of fabric are looking back at you. 

This shoot became part of Maharam’s lookbook, alongside Nick’s other images from their studios, artists, and factories. 

See the story here. 

The great model train robbery
A mystery in the depths of the English countryside.  

An endearing story about Britons train enthusiasts turned into a dark mystery of theft. 
On a commission from Bloomberg, Nick headed to a location closer to home: The Gravesend Model Marine & Engineering Society (GMMES), a 66-year-old British railway club. 

Nick rode at the back of a scaled down trains, photographed the club regulars, their love for locomotives and the unsettling feeling left after this crime, which still lingers in the air. The Mayflower, Simplex, Speedy, and the John Milton Metro are gone.

See the publication here 
See the story here 

The Eagle Factory
An English Company that transforms vintage automobiles into supercars

Nick was recently commissioned by Penta Magazine to shoot a story at the Eagle Factory. He went to a secret location in Sussex, where a small team of designers and engineers work on creating one of the world’s most exclusive supercars. Nick was able to see and capture craftsmanship defined, they truly hand-build and restore vintage cars to the owner's unique specifications. Every component—from the tiniest bolt and battery clamp—is scrutinized to see whether a fully renovated standard part is optimal, or whether they can make them better, lighter, and more durable. The vast majority of parts are improved or made in-house at Eagle.

See the article here
See the story here


Master of Form
Capturing designer Sonnhild Kestler's work and studio for The New York Times Style Magazine

Sonnhild Kestler’s company, S.K. Hand-Druck is a “one-woman textile manufacturer”. Kestler works alone, barefoot arranging and rearranging brightly coloured shapes of paper into new designs for screen prints. She is currently working on some designs for Maharam and Nick visited her studio in Zurich to capture the process. 

The space of Kestler’s studio feeds her work; like a museum, it is a vessel for her collection of objects from around the world. As she moves around the room, often on top of the wooden tables, Kestler paints large strips of paper in gouache colours, drawing from the innumerate references surrounding her to create elaborate designs. 

The piece was written by Alice Newell-Hanson, click here to see the full story. 

Prints Charming
Photographing Yinka Shonibare and his artwork for Christie's Magazine

Nick visited Artist Yinka Shonibare’s studio alongside writer Michael Watts, capturing his art, ideas and life experience. Nick depicts the way in which Shonibare’s work merges a simultaneously playful and intellectual look at colonialism and globalisation. The globe heads are “metaphors for humanity” and the colourful Ankara Prints question people’s ideas of “authentic African art”.

The article was published in Christie's Magazine and commissioned by BAM. The conversation with Shonibare ranges from Brexit to being a disabled artist and expanding his activities in Lagos.

Inside the London School of Taste-O-Nomics
Nick takes a look at the Blue Mountain School in an article for GQ Style.

At the Blue Mountain School in the morphing “metallic novelty” of Shoreditch, the boundaries between fashion, food and design are broken. Nick takes a trip to this “art gallery meets fashion archive meets restaurant meets perfumery meets listening studio”.

The building covers six floors of retail space which often feel like a museum as the stored archive clothing requires an assistant and stairs-on-wheels to get down. The restaurant has an open kitchen where people can walk in and out to see their food being cooked. Like the experimental Black Mountain College in North Carolina, the Blue Mountain school offers a “new kind of arts education”.

This article was published in GQ style and commissioned by Photo Director Linda Denahan. Click here to read the full article.

In Residence: Sophie Hicks
New film for Nowness architecture series. 

We kickstart the new year, with this new piece. For the film, Nick was able to explore architect Sophie Hicks’ Kensington house, which she designed herself. Juxtaposing the surrounding stucco fronted houses, this one looks like a glass rectangular box.
The front room, dining room and kitchen are surrounded by glass panes which blur the distinction between the outside and the inside: Kensington’s trees and bricks cast reflections which seep into Hicks’ home. Nick captures this merging in all its mysterious calmness. He gently weaves in the humanistic nature of the building: the way in which this home functions not only because of its design but also because of the people who live and work in it.

In Sophie Hicks’ own words, Nick has“captured the atmosphere of the house so beautifully...all of it flows well and it is very calm.”

The film was released on January the 2nd on Nowness' online platform
You can also see it here

Shape Shifters
Shooting at a denim factory for MATTER.

Nick went back to one of his favourite settings when shooting indoors: Factories. As he often turns to see the human aspect of these rather mechanical places. This time it was denim factory, and met with its co-founder David Hieatt, to shoot a story for the ‘Identity’ Issue of MATTER

'David Hieatt is the co-founder of the do lectures and Hiut denim, a cult brand of jeans. Both the lecture series and the Hiut factory are based in cardigan, a small market town in West Wales, which has played a central role in Hieatt’s life. Now he is shaping the town’s identity too.' 

See the story here.


'Ekeko' on Internazionale

Nick's personal project 'Ekeko' was invited for a feature on Internazionale, an Italian independent magazine. 

It was published this November on their Portfolio section, right when the project was also on its last day of exhibition at Kiosko gallery in Bolivia. 

We are really enjoying to see Nick's Ekeko travelling so much! 

See the full project here 


Now exhibiting in Kiosko Gallery, Bolivia.

Nick's project 'Ekeko' is having its second solo show in Bolivia. This time the exhibition has travelled from La Paz to Santa Cruz, to Kiosko Gallery, where it will show during the month of November. 
Nick visited the city for the opening, a got to plaster the wall with a yet bigger Ekeko print than before. 

See the full project here




Up in the Highlands of Scotland
A cover feature on Travel+Leisure Magazine

Nick went on an autumn road trip through the glens and moors of northern Scotland on a commission from Travel+Leisure Magazine. 
He moved across the scenic wilderness, through historic estates, country cottages and nature reserves for a story of a 400-mile drive. The feature also became the cover story of the November issue.  

Wind, Sand and Stars
The Atacama Desert for T+L Magazine

Nick recently spent a week in The Atacama Desert, Chile. This is one of the driest places on earth, and with the surrounding landscape one can get confused with Mars. From this great commission, he brought back a collection of images from treks lead by Explora Hotel, long drives through this remote stretch of Chile, and encounters with outer space machines: leading observatory complexes that are scattered over the desert to study the origin of stars, and the endless expansion of our galaxy.  

The story was commissioned by T+L Magazine for their September Photography Issue.

See the full story here

A Journey to Bolivia
Gemma Fletcher writes about Nick's work for Fold Magazine

Photography director, writer and expert of the craft, recently got a piece published for Fold Magazine about Nick's last decade dedication to capture life, culture, and changes in Bolivia. The very center on Nick's practice. 

She well describes it as 'a personal journey into his Bolivian heritage, shaped around his lifelong curiosity to understand both his own history and the people and places which informed it.' 

The publication is a platform from Moleskine, the makers of the notepads most creative souls would always have at hand. 

Read the story here.

We Feed The World Exhibition
A global celebration of small family farms

Nick was invited by curator Cheryl Newman to join this global photography project celebrating small, family farmers and their success in feeding 70% of the world. His destination was the sustainable Quechuan community of El Choro in Bolivia. Nick spent a few days documenting their own art of living: Sumak Kawsay, a philosophy with a holistic and communal cosmovision that emphasises the interconnectedness of everything. At 5000m of altitude the community is reviving their indigenous culture, traditions, their autonomy and food sovereignty. 

The exihibition launched on Oct. 12th at the Bargehouse Gallery in London, along a series of events, workshops and screenings. 

Learn more about the We Feed The World. 

See the full project here. 

Winner of Portrait of Britain 2018
Nick's portrait joins the winning selection for a book and exhibition

Among the 200 images capturing today’s faces of Britain lies Nick’s portrait of Delfina Da Cruz, a worker at E5 Bakehouse in Hackney. Drawn by the colours Delfina was wearing as she washed up, Nick asked if he could take a portrait. The image was shot whilst working on The Makers, commissioned by Studio Small.

Not only will this portrait be exhibited on JCDecaux screens nationwide, but it will also be part of the very first Portrait of Britain book which will be published this month.

See all winning portraits here
See The Makers here



Ezekiel: A Recap by Smith Journal
In an interview with Chris Harrigan, Nick speaks of Ezekiel 36:36 five years on.

Remembering the lathargic nature of Lloyd Aero Boliviano. Nick's photographs and recent interview hold onto the hope that the airline will, once again, return to the air.

"LAB still keeps Boeing planes from the 1970s running, its training is set up like it was 40 years ago, and they have rooms full of paper tickets. There is a tangibility and a substance to the company that makes it more than a business."

Click here to see the full project.

It's Nice That features 'Ciudad Rebelde'
The young rebellious city of El Alto, Bolivia.

Nick went back to El Alto, Bolivia's largest growing city, and came back with a portrait of a rebellious young city.

He talked with It's Nice That about his approach to this bustling South American city:  “I wanted to give the photo essay an uncluttered and refreshing tone, keeping the frames simple,” he says. “It’s a story about a young city and I really wanted Ciudad Rebelde to focus on the city’s population as they are the ones shaping it.”

He also shared some insights about his practice in general and initial inspirations to make photography his art.

See the article here.

See the story here.



Looking for 'The Green Ray'
A portrait of Biarritz for The New York Times Style Magazine

Nick spent a few days wandering around wide beaches, surrounded by cliffs and listening big waves crashing into giant boulders. On a commission from The New York Times Style Magazine, he set out to capture the atmosphere of the town of Biarritz, in the French Basque Country. Based on Éric Rohmer’s small masterpiece ‘The Green Ray’ he created his own contemporary version of the city, a place that swings between crowed summer days and offseason abandoment.

‘The place evokes the restless feel of a city in late summer, the compulsion to escape while not having anywhere to go’

See the article here.

See the story here.

Work-In-Progress: 'The Bitter Sea'
An interview with the Photographic Museum of Humanity

'In his ongoing project, The Bitter Sea, photographer Nick Ballón draws on his heritage to investigate the proud and nostalgic relationship landlocked Bolivia has with the sea.'

Verónica Sanchis recently spoke with Nick about his experience working on this project for the PHMuseum. He shared insights about his interest in Bolivia: the main stage for his work. He is slowly bringing the pieces together with constant visits to the country, reseach and negotiations. Nick's work is endlessly fueled by his Bolivian heritage, and interest to continue connected to his ancestry.

See the article here.

The story of the Bolivian Navy featured in WIRED

Nick’s story ‘Armada’ continues to catch attention. Normally, the curiosity begins with the fact that Bolivia is a landlocked country with a Navy, and some of its recruits have never seen the sea.

He was recently approached by Laura Mallonee, from WIRED, to talk more about his experience getting access, spending days in the Navy, and following the life of the young recruits. This is part of Nick’s long term project ‘The Bitter Sea’ focusing in Bolivia’s loss of the sea over 130 years ago, and it's longing to recover its access to the Pacific from Chile.

See the WIRED story here.

See the project here.


Surrealism by the Sea with David Shrigley
for BA High Life Magazine

On a commission from British Airways’ High Life Magazine, Nick went on a shorter kind of trip to meet with David Shrigley: one of Britain’s most culturally embedded, and most-loved artists. He is well know for having a combination of pitch-black humour with satirical scrawling.

A winter day in Brighton was the scenario for the portrait series, focusing on the artist new relationship with his adopted hometown. The artist moved in just a couple of years ago, and his bonding with the place continues to evolve as steps into the role of guest director at this year’s Brighton Festival.



Copenhagen Suborbitals: A Volunteer-run rocket programme
for Wired UK

Nick met the team behind the Suborbitals, at their warehouse in Copenhagen, where they are working on their next mission: Putting a human into space by 2030.

“We have engineers, metal workers, electronics guys, software guys – all sorts of skills,” their projects rely on crowdfunding, and their next rocket, Nexø II, is a mix of pre-existing components, repurposed for space travel.

This  6.7-metre-tall rocket, weighing 178 kilograms, will be fired 12.6 kilometres into the air, then float back down to Earth with a parachute. The computer used in the engine control system once was cashier’s terminal from a Burger King; the pressure regulation system is based on a scuba diving funnel; a previous rocket used a brake cable from a Fiat car to synchronise the opening of crucial valves. All driven by their love for space.

The story was commissioned by WIRED UK, published in their May/June 2018 Issue.

See the online story here.


Max Whitlock
for The Guardian Labs Commonwealth Series

On an editorial commission from The Guardian Labs, Nick met some interesting key characters involved with the Commonwealth Games and also Olympic Athletes currently representing Britain around the globe, like champions. This came out as part of 'The Home Team' series.
One of the subjects was star gymnast, Max Whitlock, whom he photographed doing some stunning acrobats on the pommel horse. This shoot felt like a proof of what has made Max a five-time Olympic medallist, a six-time world medallist, and Britain's first ever Olympic champion in artistic gymnastics.

See the story here.

Ciudad Rebelde
Life in the rebellious city of El Alto, Bolivia

Nick can be found every year in El Alto, photographing a new project or observing life buzzing in this part of the Andino highlands. For this photo essay, Nick went back with writer, and historian Laurence Blair to look at the rebellious life of this young Bolivian city. During this fully-packed week, they re-visited the Cholets, wandered around the street markets, met with Aymaran rappers, DIY film makers, and visited Bolivia's Space Agency. The story was featured on the Travelogue of Disgeno Magazine for their Spring Issue, and full edit is also now up on the web.

See the full story here.

The Royal Academy's 250th Anniversary
for The Big Big Black Book by The Esquire

At the end of 2017, Nick visited The Royal Academy of Arts to capture it on its 250th anniversary. It was also the big day of the RA's Christmas staff party, talks on the halls made it sound like a memorable tradition.
Nick met with Artistic Director, Tim Marlow, in the drawing room as he reviewed some notes for a coming speech and shared some anecdotes. He was later joined by the Head of Collections and the Head of Architecture, who toured him around the areas under renovation of The Burlington House, a place that holds the most august institution of the arts in Britain.

The story was published in The Big Black Book, the Esquire's twice-yearly guide to the finer things in life, with their very stylish spin-off.

See the story here.

Film & TV Director Armando Iannucci
for The Atlantic

On an editorial portrait commission from The Atlantic magazine, Nick met television and film director Armando Iannucci in London.

Just on the time for his film release 'The Death of Stalin', for which Iannucci turns to the Kremlin, satirizing the political struggle that followed Joseph Stalin’s demise. The film was shot pre-Trump, however events from the 1930s seem to match with the current political scene around the world as he comments during his interview.

Click here to see the full story.


'Armada' on the big pages of GDF Magazine  

Nick was invited to showcase his work on the biggest magazine we have ever seen: A3 sized pages, filled with art and zero ads. Is not a usual combination we get to see these days.
Global Design Firm is launching their project this month, for which they created a big format publication that's been circulating around the Creative industries in New York. Nick picked his project 'Armada' to be featured, along other artists like Todd Hido, Mark Leary, Lucas Foglia.

See all the project here. 

'Ekeko' having a solo exhibition in Bolivia

Nick's personal project 'Ekeko' is now showing on a solo exhibition in the CAF space in La Paz, Bolivia. The show was curated by Cecilia Lampo and will be up for a month, presenting some of the Neo-Aymaran buildings from El Alto, miniature objects gifted for wish making and the God of abundance and prosperity.  Nick travelled for the opening, which coincided with the launch of the Festival de Alasita, a traditional celebration where the Ekeko is honoured. 

This project aims to also take the shape of a book, we should be sharing more about that very soon. 

See the project here. 

Damien Hirst for The Sunday Times

Nick met artist Damien Hirst at Newport Gallery in South London, the artist very own museum.
On the time allowance, Nick had the opportunity to work with the pills inspired space in the Gallery's restaurant, and then had the artist lay on the floor at the bottom of a staircase as Nick hung with his camera from the very top view above.

The images were featured on the cover of The Sunday Times December 17th Issue. The story described the artist's latest show as 'the shipwreck of his career', a bit of his past, future and current position in the business.


Triple Win!
On the 2017 CR Photography Annual

Here is another exciting year of winning work selected for the Creative Review 2017 Photography Annual.
'Invisible Wounds' Nick's first collaboration with artist Alma Haser, was also selected Best In Book. 
'Armada' a project shot in the Navy Base of Lake Titicaca, is been selected on the Personal work category. 
'El Choro' a story on a sustainable Bolivian farming community, commissioned by Cheryl Newman for We Feed The World, has also joined the selection. 

Click here to see all winners.

Portrait of Maria Balshaw, Tate Britain's Director.
for Bloomber Pursuits

Nick recently met Maria Balshaw at Tate Britain for a portrait session commissioned by Bloomberg Pursuits. She became the museum's director last June, and has brought an energized and politically active approach.

“The Tate has expanded the landscape for art in this country. Now it needs to ensure that that expanded landscape is shared with the widest community of people possible." She adds during the interview.

Click here to see all portraits.


'Invisible Wounds'
Print Sale at The Photographer's Gallery

Nick's collaboration with artist Alma Haser for Save The Children is now featured in The Photographer's Gallery.

A selection of works from this series is currently on display in their Print Sales Gallery, with proceeds from sales going to Save the Children to support their important work with refugee children. 

Click here to see the project.

'American -ABCD' is now out.
A new collaboration with Paripé Books.

Patricio Binaghi invited Nick to participate on a photographic project for Paripé Books, and is out now.
Published as a series of 4 books, 'American -ABCD' brings 200 artists together to re-interpret an image from a photographic archive of the American life in the 50's and 60's. There is only 500 editions of each for sale.

The project is launching in Madrid this coming December, we will reveal what Nick´s went for then.

Click here to get a copy of a book or the whole set.

The Makers
Showcasing Hackney's current creative culture.

As a commission from Studio Small in connection with Hackney Council's 'Schools for the Future' initiative, Nick was asked to capture the current creative culture of the area. He also brought in his team to do the production in-house, fully packing the 3 days journey. Many of these places, Nick had known for years, yet it was interesting for him to approach them from a photographic perspective.

The project resulted in a hardback book, and a website, featuring interviews with renowned creative people who live and work in the area.

Click here to see the full story. 

On the cover of Positive News
Nick’s portraits of Daphne Selfe.

Positive News honours ageing on its latest Issue, and Nick's images were the right fit to make the point. ‘The Age Advantage’ features Nick’s portraits Daphne Selfe ,the oldest professional fashion model in the world, in their cover of the magazine and opening of the story.  

As part of a co-op media, this is a magazine that focuses on progress and possibility with a constructive journalistic approach.

Maharam Stories.
Gem Fletcher writes about Nick's last decade in photography.

'Ballón’s best work occupies a state of limbo. With layers of contradictions intriguing and seducing the viewer, things are often not what they seem on the surface. He is interested in the moments that sit halfway between real and constructed.'

As part of Maharam Stories series, Photography Art Director, writer and friend, Gem Fletcher collaborated with the writing of this piece. Her talented writing takes a look into Nick's approach to his photography, describing very gracefully how he looks at the world and elaborates on his personal focus on his Anglo-Bolivian heritage.

Click here to see the full story. 

Talking trolls, sagas and Norse folk-tails around Reykjavik.
A story on Iceland's bestselling author, Sjón.

Commissioned by 1843 Magazine for its August & September 2017 Issue, Nick went on a photographic winter walk. He re-visited Iceland through stories created by one of its most well-know poets, lyricists, and novelists: Sjón. Influenced by  David Bowie, the author was a pioneer of surrealist writing in the 70s, and often collaborates with Bjork.   

Click here to see the story in 1843 Magazine.

Cover story on TIME Magazine
A Portrait of Ireland's Prime Minister As a Young Man.

Nick was recently commissioned to shoot the cover story for Time Magazine's International Edition. On a quick trip from London straight to the Irish Parliament House in Dublin, he had the opportunity to meet and photograph the portrait of a new and rather refreshing name in politics: The Taoiseach, or Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar.

Clerks featured in Bloomberg Businessweek
Inside the strange world of London’s clerks and barristers.

On a negotiation of his own documentary style, Nick silently moved around from all hierarchies, spent time capturing portraits of the senior practitioners and followed the more junior ones as their performed the clerking rite of passage: Trolley-hauling around the Royal Courts of Justice and to the offices.

Click here to see the featured in Bloomberg Businessweek.
Click here to see the full project.

Interview with Lecture in Progress
An educational platform for the next generation of creatives.

Nick was invited by Indi Davis from Lecture in Progress to talk about his experience working with Maharam, a leading textile company in the US. Nick was open to provide an insight into his process working as a documentary photographer, from brief, to the time spent at the Italian leather tanneries, to the final results. This specialised platform inspires and informs the next generation of creatives by providing a practical resource offering advice and insight into the industry. 

Click here to read the interview.
Click here to see the full project.

'The curious story of a Navy in a landlocked country'
Interview in Yorokobu.

Nick's project about the Bolivian Navy continues to generate interest, and was recently interviewed by Yorokobu. He spoke with journalist Valeria Sacone about his experience shooting in Lake Titicaca’s base, and about his emotional connection to Bolivia, the main stage for his personal projects.

Click here to see the interview.
Click here to see the full story.

The Navy without a Sea
featured in Avaunt Magazine

Nick was granted access to the Bolivian Navy Base in Tiquina, Lake Titicaca, after a long exchange of requests and negotiations. He spent time in the base to document what it felt to be part of a Navy without a Sea, as it was featured in Avaunt Magazine on their 5th Issue. This is also part of his on-going personal project ‘Bitter Sea’, which focuses on Bolivia’s loss of the sea to Chile over 130 years ago.

Click here to see the full story.

On the cover of American Chordata
A New York based magazine.

Nick’s image from his project ‘The Virtue of Wrestling’ was featured on the cover of American Chordata. This rather special publication is getting all the positive attention from their very start. It carefully blends in fiction, nonfiction essay, and poetry, with art and photography. Nick created this project as part of his ongoing collaboration with Art Director Gemma Fletcher.

Click here to get ahold of their previous issues.

Good news from The Creative Review
Editorial Win: 2016 Creative Review Photography Awards.

We are happy to announce that on another year on the row, Nick has been selected to join the 2016 Creative Review Photography Annual publication, along a great pick of very talented photographers doing fine work in the current scene. On this occasion it was his story ‘The Painted Desert’, commissioned by T:MAG, that brought him the 2016 award under the Editorial section.

Click here to see the full story.



The Children of Syria featured in FT Magazine
In collaboration with Alma Haser

Nick’s first collaboration with artist Alma Haser is now out as part of Save the Children’s Invisible Wounds project, marking the 6th year of the Syrian conflict. The story was published by the FT Magazine, featured with an interview in the Creative Review and also picked up by Time’s LightBox publication.

Click here to see the full story.

A Conversation with the Creative Review
Tanneries and creativity inside a factory.

Nick was interviewed about his experience shooting ‘Leather for Maharam’, a recent commission from the US-based textile design company. This story allowed Nick a very organic relationship with the client, and the space to translate his visual style inside the Italian tanneries.

Click here to read what Nick told The Creative Review about his experience.

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