July 1st: Merger announced today between two major Australian design firms – Geyer and Blake Thornton-Smith.
July 1st, 2008
Geyer and Blake Thornton-Smith have merged into one collaborative organisation, to be known as Geyer.
Blake Thornton-Smith (BTS) has been delivering high end design solutions in Perth for more than 20 years.
Over the past decade, BTS and Geyer have developed a strategic partnership, driven by a mutual appreciation for their respective design philosophies and solutions, and a common people focused culture.
This merger, bringing together two of Australia’s leading design firms, will bring a greater depth of support and design excellence to clients regionally commensurate with a focus on long-term client relationships and support the firm’s continued growth within the Asia Pacific region.
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