Back in 2003, an urban regeneration project named Heineken Greenspace planted the seed for strategy-led design consultancy Greenspace to take root. Overseen by founder and CEO Adrian Caddy, the successful project earned awards from D&AD and Contagious, and within the first five years, Greenspace grew from one person to 25, going on to develop brand, digital and experiential projects for clients including Zaha Hadid and Toyota. Dedicated to helping brands create legacy with design ideas that inspire advocacy, positivity and lasting value, Greenspace have worked on projects ranging from The Toyota Wave building in the United Arab Emirates, to hexagonal woodblocks for letterpress printers New North Press. They also recently became a Lecture in Progress agency patron, and are helping support us in our work. We caught up with Adrian to find out more about their bespoke, five-step working process and future plans to branch out into Scandinavia and Africa from their current office, set in an old piano factory in Islington.