United Arab Emirates

Vincent Bong

Vincent Bong is an Industrial Designer at Endpoint in Dubai. 

The marrying of different design materials and finishes such as plastics, metals, vinyl, paints, lighting and color to create something that is functional and beautiful is a joyful experience for Vincent Bong. It’s something he gets to do every day.

Vincent Bong is an Industrial Designer at Endpoint in Dubai.
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Dubai

Jonathan Hamilton

Jonathan Hamilton is a Designer at Endpoint in Dubai. 

Creativity is the foundation of all of Jonathan Hamilton's work, allowing him to find the best solution to any given brief. Jonathan Hamilton has over seven years’ experience developing, creating and crafting design concepts for global brands on projects large and small. While his work has spanned many disciplines, such as websites, moving image, print and experiential marketing, Jonathan considers himself a holistic creative who thinks about the end user and a brand in its entirety.

Jonathan Hamilton is a Designer at Endpoint in Dubai.
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Dubai

Karen Nawa

Karen Nawa is a Designer at Endpoint based in Dubai.

Since her student days, Karen Nawa has always branded her projects with at least a logo even if it wasn’t in the brief. She just couldn’t help herself. She realised that she had an interest in visual identity and that’s when she started her career working in the graphic design industry.

Karen Nawa is a Designer at Endpoint based in Dubai.
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United Arab Emerites

Surashree Nagarale

"My passion lies in creating minimalistic innovations and making them work"

Branded environments, identity and communication design has been Surashree Nagarale's passion for as long as she can remember. As a designer in Endpoint's Dubai studio, Surashree brings new ideas and strive to build engaging experiential spaces through my designs.

Surashree Sathaye, Endpoint
Carnival Street Theatre by Surashree Sathaye
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Dubai

Abu Dhabi Signage and Wayfinding

Clifford Selbert: A Sign Can Change the World

Abu Dhabi rose from the Persian Gulf sands in the 1960s after oil was discovered in the region. Once a small pearl-diving outpost, its population has grown to more than a million and today it is the second largest city in the United Arab Emirates—dense with opulent palaces, lush parks and gardens, and some of the world’s tallest skyscrapers. But until now, the streets had no names.

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