Modernist Icon De La Warr Pavilion Gets New Branding

Modernist public building De La Warr Pavilion at Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, has commissioned a new brand identity on the occasion of its 80th anniversary. The new branding will be rolled out during 2016 and aims to reconnect the Pavilion with its roots as a Modernist space for people to experience contemporary art, culture and entertainment. At […]
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Studio Constantine Creates New Identity for Reiko Kaneko

Australian consultancy Studio Constantine has designed a new identity for Stoke-on-Trent-based ceramics brand, Reiko Kaneko. A graduate of Central Saint Martins, Reiko is British-Japanese, and draws on both influences in her work. Earlier in 2015, she approached Studio Constantine to work with the business on the development of a new visual identity. “Studio Constantine first […]
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Underscore Rebrands Paul Nulty Lighting Design

London branding agency Underscore has created a new visual identity for what is claimed to be one of the UK’s fastest growing architectural lighting design practices, Paul Nulty Lighting Design, with the aim of giving it a more “collective identity”. Looking to embrace the fact that the practice has grown from a one-man band to […]
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ArchDaily Celebrates Le Corbusier with Special Logo Design

Popular architecture blog ArchDaily has revealed a special edition logo design in honour of famed architect and designer, Le Corbusier. The website, which is considered to be one of the leading architectural websites in the world, and which was founded in March 2008, published the logo across its website and social media assets on the […]
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Duffy & Partners Rebrands as Part of New Digital Push

Global design and branding firm Duffy & Partners has undergone a rebrand as part of  new digital push that includes a new Chicago presence and an expanded digital leadership team. With the new offering – dubbed Design Experience – comes a new, streamlined name, whereby Duffy & Partners will now simply be called Duffy. As […]
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Pentagram Designs Identity for MIT’s ‘Knotty Objects’

The first MIT Media Lab Summit devoted to design, Knotty Objects brought together designers, scientists, engineers, curators and scholars to explore the “chimeric nature” of contemporary design and how it is said to defy a discipline-specific approach. Organised by Paola Antonelli, senior curator of architecture and design at MoMA, and Neri Oxman and Kevin Slavin, […]
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Believe In Creates New Brand and Packaging for Finchtail

Finchtail is a new company focused on creating simple and useful products that are sustainably made. Their first product is a cardboard tablet stand, and their new identity, packaging and launch materials have been developed by brand design studio Believe in. Initially Believe in worked to define the brand strategy, based around the company’s goal […]
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