Identity Design for Concrete Product Specialist, ‘Cemento’

London-based graphic design studio Design by St has created this Brutalist-inspired identity for Cemento, a UK distributor of Italian-made concrete products. Aimed at designers and specifiers, Cemento’s key product is a patent-pending concrete veneer that has been developed primarily for use as wall panelling and furniture surfacing. According to Design by St, the identity’s visual […]
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Identity Design for Guest House, ‘Villino Odaldo’

The Villino Odaldo was originally built as a summer residence for wealthy landowner Giuseppe D’Onghia back in 1929. Situated in Mottola, a town and commune in the province of Taranto, in the Puglia region of southeast Italy, the descendants of D’Onghia’s family have recently restored and transformed the building into a guest house aimed at […]
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Identity Design for Korea’s National Art Museum

The corporate identity for South Korea’s National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art aims to simplify communication. To achieve this, the full name was abbreviated with the majuscules “MMCA”. A wide colour spectrum in combination with an adaptable image language allows it to ’emotionally’ appeal to the target group. In visual aspects, the logo tries […]
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Identity Design for Brazil’s 4th Design Biennial

The general theme of the 4th national design biennial in Brazil was “Brazilian Diversity”. In order to represent this, the visual identity takes its starting point for inspiration from the multiple diversities characterising Brazil, exemplified by its natural resources, its plurality as well as the many different industrial and handcrafted products. A variable identity for […]
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Branding and Packaging Design for ‘Helea Olive Oil’

This packaging design was developed for the market launch of helea premium olive oil. The philosophy of the design focuses on the benefits of olive oil and the lifestyle of the people who buy it, rather than on the product itself. The logo was inspired by two drops of olive oil, overlapping to form a […]
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Identity Design for Copenhagen’s ‘Hotel d’Angleterre’

The Hotel d’Angleterre was originally established in Copenhagen in 1755. After a full renovation and the reopening as a revitalised grand palace in spring 2013, the hotel wanted a new visual identity aiming at strengthening its position as a fashionable and cultural hotspot in the city. Building on 250 years of tradition, the revitalised identity […]
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Branding for German Architecture Studio, ‘SCHMIDHUBER’

German consultancy SCHMIDHUBER designs creative interior brand architecture. The company’s development from being an architectural office to a specialist in corporate architecture and interior brand management is illustrated with a minimalist and concise corporate design. The design aims to make a clear statement and communicates the company’s main competencies and fields of activity. Alongside the […]
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