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Andrew Winch Designs has launched a brand new website to celebrate its new rebrand to Winch Design, and in anticipation of its 30 year anniversary next year.
Having started from their cottage in Barnes, Winch Design is now an international design studio with 65 staff. According to the business, the new look celebrates design excellence in all areas, and the scale of the rebrand has meant that Winch Design is being approached to handle some of the largest and most complex design projects in the world, from superyachts to palaces.
Winch Design also stated that it is committed to keeping the Winch heritage firmly rooted in yachts, and the brand’s ethos and ‘family’ feel will continue to sit at the heart of the company, with Andrew at its helm.
Andrew Winch, founder of Winch Design commented, “I am so proud of all that has been achieved over the last 30 years. We have a meaningful heritage and an exciting future with a talented team, who each bring something unique to the business.
“I am passionate about design, about what we do and about making dreams come true for each and every one of our clients. We now want to tell the story of how we work, the people involved and what makes us tick. I believe our new website, books and branding will do this perfectly.”
In addition to the new website, Winch Design will also be supporting The Blue Marine Foundation and looking to raise £500,000, as many of the team take part in the London to Monaco bike ride next September.
For more information, visit Winch Design.
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