Identity for Festningen. Designed by Uniform.
Brook McIlroy is an award-winning architecture, urban design, landscape architecture and planning firm. In creating a new visual identity for the firm, the challenge was to communicate the collaborative and interdisciplinary nature of the company.
The solution employs a simple wordmark with an adjoining slash in a bright colour. The symbology of the slash alludes to URL convention, with its use as a connecting element between the domain name and other parts of website. The simple but noticeable “slash” in the word mark seemed an appropriate symbol to the connection of different disciplines both within and outside of the firm.
Along with the visual identity, Concrete created stationery, marketing material templates, signage and a brand standards guide.
Design and develop a brand identity that suits their philosophy of keeping things simple and attention to detail, and their approach that conveys passion, originality and taste – all in the name of good design, as well as to create a brand that reflects their heritage.
The identity echoes – in a simple way – the shape of a world map, two Os and an ampersand made of a continuous line to represent the fusion between west and east. Designed by Port Clarendon.
Leisure Company is a local travel company located in Bali, Indonesia. With a play on the typography by putting the monogram (LC) in such a way that it depicts a smiling sun, which instantly identifies with the purpose and personality of the business. The business cards & itinerary sheets are presented in beach-inspired colors to enhance the feel of the business. Designed by Andrew Jonathan.
Laand is a landscape architecture studio with a passion for creating playful yet practical spaces; collaborating with clients and communities to deliver sustainable landscapes across the public and private sectors. The company needed to rebrand in order to create an identity that would better reflect it’s growing reputation and to also help promote itself to new clients. The brand that Passport developed is centred on the simplicity of contour lines – something that explicitly links to any kind of landscape and is therefore an element that takes an important role in Laand’s day-to-day practice. To give an added personalisation, the contours have been strategically ringed around the ‘A’ and ‘N’ – the proprietor’s initials – Alan Nowell. Simple, bold typography has then been used to contrast against the contour lines. The colour palette uses a neutral pale grey so as not to tie the brand to a particular sector of work whilst the bright coral accents clash effectively with the array of green tones often found in Laand’s technical plans and drawings.
Liquorice wanted to refine our original layered card concept and introduce the new Liquorice ‘Allsorts’ palette. Each card is triplexed with an ‘Allsorts’ colour sandwiched with black. Screen-printing the outside layers produced a great tactile finish.
Studio branding and stationery. Designed by Designers Anonymous.
Studio business cards of Woodlake Design Studio.