Oro&Co is the London-based design studio of Creative Director Debi Ani. We are a handpicked team of expert artisans and innovators who specialise in luxury brand design, providing a friendly and approachable hand-held service throughout the process. Recognized for our outstanding craft, intuition and meticulous detail, we create world-class brand identities, bespoke logos, custom websites and design for print for discerning clients in all sectors and all over the globe.

We strive for perfection with integrity and clarity, aspiring to a world where everything is considered and thoughtful. We invest in our clients as our clients invest in us and are dependable partners on your unique journey from beginning to forever. We are privileged to have created brand identities and websites for high profile visionaries and tastemakers from the worlds of fashion, retail, architecture, finance, automotive and global humanitarian leadership, including Diana Ross, Belma Gaudio, Mikimoto, David Downton, Rose Villa Saigon, Kirstie Allsopp and our inspiration, Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, also known as ‘Amma’.


Originally home to Britain’s first Prime Minister, Sir Robert Walpole, two imposing 18th century houses opposite The Ritz in London were transformed into the impressive Walpole Mayfair property development. Along with a full brand identity including the logo, hoardings, signage and website, we created a prestigious luxury brochure radiating with period grandeur for designer-developers Oliver Burns and Knight Frank Prime. Debi’s obsession with geometric perfection led to the layout being constructed on a foundation of authentic Georgian architectural proportions, infusing the pages with the naturally pleasing qualities of the golden ratio.

Glamorous full colour images nestled in the middle of the book, bookended by refined spreads in a curated palette of nearly black, eau de nil, gold and, in a nod to our client, Oliver Burns’s house purple. Layering the luxury, we french folded the paper and added head and tail bands and an integrated bookmark. We chose an unusual Emigre semi-serif typeface which fused the Georgian period with present day typography. In one single font weight yet countless plays on scale and space, created a typographic tapestry with subtle colour shifts and obsessive attention to detail. A true labour of love. See more of this project