When it comes to branding, London Underground has always been a great example. What I particularly love is how each tube line has its own identity whilst keeping in line with the mother brand. My particular soft spot here are the seat fabrics with their specific colour schemes and individual patterns. To create a fabric that has its own character, defies dirt and vandalism, is interesting but not annoying and just simply looks stunning is quite a challenge.
The tramline between Croydon and Wimbledon is a great example where the fabric designer has pretty much just achieved that: there are two variations on the colour theme of greys, beiges, green and red where seating groups throughout the tram are covered alternately, creating a pleasant and attractive public environment.