Helping the built environment become brand centric

Here at RAW Brothers we love to bring a positive change to the inside of buildings. Combining our brotherly experience in branding and architectural interiors, we believe that considering brand throughout the built environment process brings businesses a greater advantage connecting personality, people and place.

Greats brands are more than just a logo right? You don’t go to a football match because of a logo, you go because you are passionate and you belong to a tribe. Our journey has seen us sit alongside senior business and organisational leadership teams in the UK, we have helped teams move forward from the traditional process that many properties departments take to a broader brand perspective incorporating the built environment.

We are a little unusual. Our skills help us understand organisations in a holistic way, we work with internal teams including the leadership through to departments heads in Human Resources, Brand, Properties, Facilities Management and staff and partners. We also thoroughly understand the industry landscape of agents, Project Managers, Design and Build, Quantity Surveyors, Mechanical and Electrical and have strong working relationships with the UKs leading workplace consultants and workplace deliverers.

We can sit with confidence above the whole RIBA process ensuring the vision for the clients built environment is consistently creatively delivered. Between us we have a very broad understanding of how organisations work. We recognise the weaknesses and more importantly know where and how to look for the gold turning that into a powerful creative concept.

We believe organisations are more effective when they are connected up and moving as one. When people understand the magic behind their brand and begin to live their organisation’s values every day in a place that is motivating and inspiring. That’s the power behind personality, people and place.

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