Good design made accessible to all.
We’re passionate about what we do. Gardiner Design Associates provides creative services for all aspects of your brand and the built environment. Founded in 1985 the practice works on projects large and small throughout the UK and internationally.
Our team include strategists, marketers and copywriters, graphic artists, illustrators, 3D modellers and photographers, digital developers, architects and engineers. This collaboration strengthens our ability to remain competitive and flexible and encourage fresh-thinking, innovation and emotion.
Whether engaged in a complete scheme or supplying an integral part of a larger project, we take our obligations seriously, aim to deliver to the highest standard and ensure you get your message across with the best results.
Think of us as your very own design and marketing department. Investing in a design partner is important to any organisation. Our open, honest approach ensures that the partnership works for you, the client, and us as designers.
Andrew Gardiner is a skilled designer and has considerable experience as a project manager. He comes up with ideas, figures out how to make it happen, oversees the production process, provides guidance and maintains communication within the team and with the client.
He admires simple, honest objects and spaces that have been designed for a purpose and campaigns stylish aesthetics and functionality. Andrew’s awareness of the bigger picture, an acute sense of proportion, and eye for detail give confidence and reassurance to the design process and implementation.
Born in Islington, north London, Andrew comes from a creative background surrounded by mid-century modern art and design. He studied photography before joining T&G Display Studios in London. After a couple of years, he joined Johnson Matthey and for six years designed and project managed the groups’ exhibitions and events worldwide. Andrew was an account director with Gardiner & Torne and became a Member of the Chartered Society of Designers (MCSD) in 1995.