Posted 19th May 2017

Mark Taylor Design celebrates 20th anniversary

By KBBDaily on 19th May 2017 - 13:45pm

British furniture manufacturer Mark Taylor Design is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a new brand identity and the opening of an interior design studio at its Buckinghamshire headquarters.

The new logo features “a more simplified, contemporary and streamlined design”, according to the company. It will be on display at the Pub in the Park festival – taking place from 19th-21st May in Marlow – where Mark Taylor Design has a stall.

The company's new interior design studio offers a “complete project management” service to clients, including lighting expertise and space planning. “We’re renowned for our design style and bespoke furniture innovation at Mark Taylor Design,” said managing director Mark Taylor.

“So, looking to the future it seemed fitting to celebrate our 20th anniversary with the unveiling of a fresh, new and contemporary brand identity. We're delighted that this also coincided with the opening of our beautiful new interior design studio.”


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