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Offbeat Creative – The Best of 2019
Team Offbeat | 10 Dec

It’s been a busy year here at Offbeat Creative. From community coffee shops to casual, all-day dining concepts, we recap on some of our favourite branding and interior design projects.

Parish Coffee

Ascension Church in Balham approached Offbeat with a desire to transform their breakout space into a thriving community coffee shop. Situated within the church itself, the brief was to create a welcoming, approachable brand and interior design to appeal to all.

Inspired by the church brand colour, the logo displays a minimal typeface sat alongside a recognisable icon that clearly reflects the sanctity of the church.

The coffee shop interior design recognises, and is sensitive to, the Church’s 19th century heritage. Warm wood tables and an eclectic mix of seating help the space to feel casual, comfortable and, above all, inviting.


Another community-centred project, Skylark is a coffee shop based on Wandsworth Common. A central hub for park life, the challenge was to create a design that could accommodate all age groups, various dining preferences and heavy footfall, especially on bus weekends!

From layout and zoning through to fixture and fitting considerations, Offbeat designed a complete turnkey solution. Utilising a natural colour and material palette, the interior design respects its rural setting. Complemented by subtle gold accents and decorative wall finishes, Skylark is the perfect space for casual meet ups as well as more formal private events.

GB Kebab

An existing takeaway concept, GB Kebab was in need of a complete brand and shop redesign. From logo creation through to interior and exterior consideration, Offbeat created a cohesive design to reflect an energetic, casual and fresh offering.

The logo utilises a vibrant yellow colour palette and a bubbly, italic typeface to suggest a fast-paced offering. The interior is dynamic and contemporary, incorporating a combination of clean gloss tiles, sleek black counter and bold, custom wall graphics. The overall design reflects GB Kebab’s lively brand personality.


Singtong’s – a family run, independent and Thai inspired burger concept – was in need of a brand and interior redesign. From name generation and logo design through to spatial layout and interior design, Singtong’s brand and interior identity reflects quality, heritage and charm.

The logo’s bespoke, handwritten script suggests a casual eatery whilst the tagline, ‘Family Recipe Burgers’, highlights the brand’s history.

The interior design is a cool, urban and contemporary space, perfectly suited for cosmopolitan Leather Lane, London. Still in the fit-out stage, watch this space for the final design!

We can’t wait to see what 2020 has in store!

By Charlotte Phillips

Opening a coffee shop or restaurant and need advice on brand or interior design? Let’s discuss your concept at or call 020 7060 3121.