Ingleby Davies Design is an award winning design studio working for leading cultural, heritage and tourism organisations and businesses in Wales. We are passionate about communication.
The Very Revd Dr Paul Shackerley, Dean of Brecon Cathedral
Rebecca Ingleby Davies first set up a design studio 25 years ago in Amsterdam. Moving back to the UK, she settled in the Brecon Beacons, near Llyn y Fan Fach.
Ingleby Davies Design was established in 2006 - our clients are some of Wales’ best loved organisations. Rebecca works with a carefully curated team of professionals to offer a range of services including design, photography, illustration, cartography, editorial, translation and project management.
We produce quality bilingual design – and more – for books, magazines, leaflets, exhibitions, interpretation projects and interactive publications.
Tailored solutions for both large and small projects. Whether it’s design, project management, research, strategy, creative input, editorial or print management you need.
Prestigious and beautiful books to cherish; attractive and informative leaflets, magazines and interactive publications. Effective bilingual solutions are central to our work.
Connecting people to place. Our innovative design, concepts and use of material bring to life museums, exhibitions, landscapes, and tourist and heritage sites.
We are passionate about language and communication. Our knowledge of publishing in Wales and our network of professionals is extensive and inspiring. From research through to accessible and creative copywriting – in both Welsh and English.
We are proud to work with some of Wales’ best photographers and illustrators, with inspiring results. Showcasing our cultural heritage is important to us - the Geoff Charles photos above are reproduced with permission of the National Library of Wales.
Our flexible business model is sustainable – we’re 15 years old now! Sustainability is also a prime consideration in the materials we use – whether it’s FSC accredited paper, recycled wood or locally quarried stone.
Nantseren is a new diversification on our traditional hill farm. Four stylishly furnished bell tents are set in a peaceful meadow which is managed to encourage native wildflowers and pollinators. We renovated our hay barn to create a spacious open-plan area, using vernacular materials (often recycled) such as tin and wood where possible.
Biophilia - connecting people to nature - is integral to the interior design; there's a wealth of natural materials, plants and foliage, and large glazed doors open onto a wooded glade. Upcyled furniture is combined with contemporary elements such as monsoon showers and sensor lighting to create a relaxing retreat from which to explore this rugged and wild part of the Brecon Beacons.
Thanks to Aled Llywelyn for the beautiful images.