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Strömma Arkipelag by 25ah, Sweden

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Visual identity by 25ah for residential property development Strömma Arkipelag

Strömma Arkipelag is a new residential property project from Swedish developer Innovation Properties, and located in between the inner city and outer archipelago of Stockholm. Strömma Arkipelag offers a unique intersection of modern living spaces and an unspoilt rural environment, with the two interlinked by large windows and a material commonality. This relationship is also expressed by the development’s graphic identity, designed by 25ah, through colour, print finish, illustration, photography and a bold typographical gesture.

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Caldo Coffee by 25ah, Sweden

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity, logo and coffee cups designed by 25ah for Stockholm cafe Caldo Coffee at the Scandic Continental

Caldo Coffee is a café serving organic coffee and fresh salads, sandwiches and pastries from its location in the Scandic Continental, a hotel in the centre of Stockholm. It features a distinctive and modern interior design of light wood, tall shelves and a long wood panelled and marble topped counter. It also includes a large custom-built menu board, neon signage and a brand identity created by Swedish graphic design studio 25ah. This links a variety of printed assets such as coffee cups, price tags and takeaway packaging.

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Gretas by 25AH, Sweden

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Script logotype for Stockholm-based cafe Gretas at Haymarket designed by 25AH, Sweden

Gretas is a café set within the Haymarket, a hotel located at the heart of Stockholm, Sweden. The building was formerly home to a famous department store that dates back to the early 20th century and was the place where actress Greta Garbo was discovered while working at one of the concessions.

25AH, the Scandinavian graphic design studio behind Haymarket’s own brand identity, as well as Paul’s, a restaurant also situated within the hotel, worked on the brand identity for Gretas. Where Paul’s was darker and more robust in colour and type, inspired by the hotel’s signage, Greta’s is light and personable, drawing on an informal interior, whilst working in the iconic status and history of its location through name and illustration. The project went on to include signage, packaging, menus, stationery and business cards.

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