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Clients

Drèsd works with leading names across various sectors, including:

  • Universal Studios (set clearance)
  • Kudos Productions (set clearance)
  • BAFTA (recommended sustainability partner)
  • Observer Ethical Awards (event production)
  • Dege & Skinner (window dressing)
  • Kilver Court (set dressing/props for cafe)
  • Guardian/Observer (newspaper)
  • Grigourio (sustainable interiors)
  • BBC
  • Sky TV
  • Fox Productions
  • Pinewood
  • Shepperton
  • Working Title
  • EcoAge (office re-fit)
  • The Bottleyard
  • Ealing
  • Longcross
  • Carnival Productions
  • BBC Comedy North
  • Academy Films
  • Nice & Serious Productions
  • FGOL
  • Clerkenwell Films
Colin Firth at Observer Ethical Awards

Colin Firth, CBE
"I've long lamented the fate of all the beautifully crafted film sets I see: no sooner is a scene finished then they head for the landfill - or at best eternal storage. Drèsd have taken on the task of saving them where possible and re-useing them for events - to spectacular effect. Iíve worked them many times now - the team are a joy to work with and the results dazzling."

Ben Shephard

Ben Shephard
"The guys at Dresd are the most creative resourcing buccaneers you'll ever meet!!

We fell in love, as a family with their passion for the environment, and the re using of all sorts of materials in creative ways a few years ago. Consequently our house is full of exciting pieces of recycled art, and practical toys inspired by them and made by the children!

At the heart of what they do is to offer an antidote to the disposable lifestyle we lead. They do it with passion, resourcefulness, determination, but crucially a brilliant eye for style and creativity which means you never have to compromise your project.

I love what they do, how they do it, and couldn't recommend them enough for whatever challenge you may have for them!"

 
  • "An energetic, exciting company with heaps of talent and an amazing dedication to the environment." KT Tunstall
  • "Look no further than Drèsd." Livia Firth, Eco-Age