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Studio Ard is a design consultancy founded by Swiss graphic designer Guillaume Chuard and Danish graphic designer Daniel Kang Yoon Nørregaard. Established in London, with satellites in Switzerland, the studio has been working in collaboration with a variety of artists, curators, editors, designers, cultural institutions and commercial clients. The studio specialises in editorial design and art direction spanning over a wide range of mediums and contexts including books, magazines, signage, exhibition design, digital and interactive platforms such as websites and motion design.

We see every commissioned project as an opportunity to establish a close relationship with each of our clients giving us the opportunity to evaluate the actual need or relevance of the projects and in collaboration with the client, develop original visual communication solutions capable of outlasting momentary trends.

Both as a studio and individually, we are also involved in several design research projects as well as frequently giving lectures and lead workshops at universities in the UK and abroad.

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Selected Clients and Collaborators
Tate Gallery, Victoria & Albert Museum, The Serpentine Gallery, The Vincent Van Gogh Foundation, Artangel, Royal College of Art, RCA School of Architecture, Goldsmiths University, London College of Communication, Miles Aldridge, Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad, Reflex Amsterdam, Picpus magazine, Nottingham Contemporary.




United Kingdom
Unit 23
Sunbury Workshops
Swanfield Street
E2 7LF London
United Kingdom
+44 (0)20 73661 063

Switzerland
Chemin du Ravin 10
CH-1012 Lausanne
Switzerland
+41 (0)21 729 53 71

info@ard.works


Paul Nash, Eléments Lumineux catalogue for the Foundation Vincent van Gogh, Arles (2018)
Tate Etc. magazine redesign and art direction for Tate Gallery (2017–)
MA Photography 2017 catalogue for London College of Communication (2017)
Miles Aldridge (after Catellan) edition for Miles Aldridge Studio (2017)
Incredible Edition publication, part of a self-initiated project (2016)
Annual Report & Account 2015/16 for Royal College of Art (2016)
Something That Has Nothing to do with Nature fold-out publication for writer Nina Kock (2015)
Albertopolis Companion publication for the Critical Writing in Art & Design department at the Royal College of Art (2015)
Unplayable Piano edition for artist Asger Harbou Gjerdevik (2017)
Hello Stranger publication for designer Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad and Victoria & Albert Museum (2016)
Reflecting-by-Making Evening after Evening publication, part of a self-initiated project (2016)
Research Architecture Graduation Show exhibition and catalogue design for Goldsmiths University (2016)