Tim Beard (Bibliothèque)
Bibliothèque is an independent design studio based in London, founded in 2003 by designers Tim Beard, Jonathon Jeffrey and Mason Wells. It has earned an international reputation as an innovative company working in the fields of brand identity, spatial and digital design. In October 2011 the three partners were made members of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. An organisation representing the world’s leading graphic artists and designers.
The three founding partners, have created a company who’s work is both admired and much sought after, for its conceptual thinking, meticulous attention to detail and intelligent solutions.
Beyond the confines of the studio, Bibliothèque are also active in promoting design to a wider audience. In 2007, to coincide with the UK Olympic bid, they funded and curated an exhibition of the designer Otl Aicher’s 1972 Olympic Identity from their archive of mid-century graphic design.