Archives for September 2015

September 29, 2015 - No Comments!

Our business, Willis Newson, will be on the top floor!

Studio 5 : Willis Newson

‘We create positive, welcoming and engaging healthcare environments by integrating art into the design of architecture, landscape and interiors.’

1218 macmillan runcorn Alison Milner, photo Steve Speller (3)

Integrated art and interior design lends individuality to healthcare environments, supports wayfinding, encourages engagement and creates a strong sense of local identity. Using the latest print and production processes across a range of materials we deliver safe, robust and cost-effective results.

Creative Participation

Creative participation is at the heart of our work. Sensitive and well-managed consultation and engagement means that projects are appropriate and unique to each place, generating a strong sense of local ownership. An evidence-based approach and our pioneering use of research and evaluation means that we deliver design that works.

Through an inclusive and solution-based approach to art and design your patient environments will support compliance with NHS and CQC guidance, BREEAM, the NHS Friends and Family Test and the 15 step challenge.

Knitting art installation by Ali Brown at the 101 NBT Fresh Arts Festival at Southmead Hospital, Bristol, UK. September 2015. Picture by Clint Randall

September 29, 2015 - No Comments!

Another addition to the creative community at Utility House…which means we only have one studio left now!

Studio 3 : Big Fan

‘ We create standout brand experiences that make noise and get you noticed. We utilise great ideas and design to connect you with your audience, building a loyal, passionate fan base. As a team of ideas-driven individuals, we’re committed to brand and its capacity to influence behaviour and enable businesses to thrive’

September 16, 2015 - No Comments!

Our studios are filling up fast with some great creative businesses!

Studio 1 : James Gibbs

‘I thrive on working with inspiring and innovative people, using my illustration & lettering to help bring clarity and life to their ideas. Whether it is for a visual identity, an educational guide, or any other application, story-telling is at the heart of my work.’


Studio 2: Tovi Sorga

‘Tovi Sorga has built a reputation as a true expert in printed leather since he began experimenting with larger jewellery pieces around fifteen years ago, making his name in East London Boutiques. He has honed a unique printing technique that produces rich, saturated colours, astonishing detail and a sensuous finish.’