Appreciating the bits in between.

Nick Clark shares his perspectives and left field tips on #CMsymmetry. Nick’s agency 93ft create immersive experiences using interior architecture, brand strategy and digital design. Merging the 2 sides of physical and digital worlds. Here he gives a little bit of insight into how they approach projects and how symmetry plays it’s part. ‘Symmetry brings order and formulas (patterns). Symmetry helps us appreciate a balance. It looks good and creates a sense of harmony and wellness. It feels good. In the mind too. A calmness. Symmetry gives a sense of order and wellness. There is appreciating the value of asymmetry as well, what happens in the bits inbetween.’

About the speaker

Nick is a Co-Founder and Creative Partner of 93ft, an independent design studio based in Sheffield, UK. Quartered into Interior Architecture, Brand, Strategy and Content Creation, Digital Strategy with bespoke web development and furniture design and manufacture.

93 work UK and Europe wide often taking care of all services under one roof - managing the vision, direction and strategic thinking as a whole project from start to finish. The agency represent independent brands to those with international acclaim across lifestyle, retail, workspace and hospitality.

Established in 2005, Nick joined forces with fellow Co-Founder - Tim Hubbard, to help deliver the visual vision for 93 and their clients projects. Recognising the value that clear and confident concept presentations bring to the table, Nick heads up the brand and digital team delivering brand strategy, creative and insight to complement the work of the interior, product/furniture design and creative manufacturing department.

Nick works with visionaries, entrepreneurs and big business with a proven track record of success. Together he helps direct the team and business striving for creative visual thinking and a world class standard of work.

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