Hyperkit Newsletter

November 2016

Design studio Hyperkit, established in 2001, is the collaboration between husband-and-wife Kate Sclater and Tim Balaam.

RIBA Stirling Prize 2016

We designed this year’s Stirling Prize campaign for the Royal Insitute of British Architects. The project encompassed of a range of printed and digital assets, as well as the on-screen presentation for the televised event.

The Illustrated Story of England

Published last month, this book is a new edition of a text by Christopher Hibbert, but the photographs have been replaced by characterful illustrations by John Broadley of people and events through history.

Digesting Science

We collaborated with the Agency of Design on this project which teaches children of families affected about Multiple Sclerosis. We developed a visual language, including a series of illustrations, and designed a range of packaging to house games and activities. We also designed an instruction folder, lanyard and other workshop items, along with a website.

Christopher Farr Cloth

We coordinated a shoot of this textile company’s new collection and designed a lookbook to showcase some of the new designs. It is in a concertina format with foil-blocked lettering on the front cover. This follows on from the website we designed and developed earlier in the year.

Tim Hall — Mountains

We were commissioned by publisher TeNeues to design a book of Tim Hall’s photographs of the Alps. The book features text in three languages, and a series of gatefold pages to show panoramic images.

Nama Ato

We designed the identity for this exhibition of Japanese outsider art which opened at Pallant House Gallery in Chichester in August.


We have recently worked with luxury German jeweller Hemmerle on the mobile display of their existing website.

New York

Visit our Instagram page to see photos from our recent trip.

Authenticity has always been at the heart of our approach. Clients come from a wide range of sectors and are typically entrepreneurial in nature. We work collaboratively with them on designs that aid the communication of their ideas, allowing them to become a genuine part of everyday life.

We work with a hand-picked roster of photographers, illustrators, printers, technical developers, joiners and others to realise our designs.

Design Services

  • Branding
  • Print design
  • Website design
  • Place-making
  • Publications
  • Wayfinding
  • Furniture
  • Product
  • Packaging
  • Exhibitions

Hyperkit, B22 Parkhall, 40 Martell Road, London SE21 8EN

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