STBY Are Now on Twitter!



STBY are now finally on Twitter! We’ve been on there for a while now as individuals (@hellobas and @hellogeke have been having some interesting adventures with squirrels recently), but we thought it was high-time we joined in as a company as well. From now on, our Twitter feed will be a great place to keep up with the latest news on our projects and events. As we get ready to officially announce the not-so-super-secret event that we’re hosting as part of London Design Festival, Twitter will be the best way to keep updated with all things STBY (and some things squirrel).


Follow us now at @stby!




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