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m5architects designed by Werklig

Logo for Helsinki based architectural, urban planning and furniture design studio M5

M5 is a Helsinki based architectural, urban planning and furniture design studio. Their new brand identity, designed by visual communications agency Werklig, captures a multi-dimensional and multi-disciplined approach with a simple logotype solution and flipped typographical device.

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Voimaosakeyhtiö SF designed by Werklig

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Voimaosakeyhtiö SF is the parent company to over 69 different manufacturing businesses in Finland and majority shareholder in the power company Fennovoima, a company that delivers energy to each of these businesses through a share-holder based co-operative scheme. Voimaosakeyhtiö SF’s new visual identity, stationary, website and brand guidelines, developed by Helsinki based design agency Werklig, resolve the cool Finnish environment, the theme of energy and reductionist sensibilities through sans-serif typography, an lightening bolt visual device and icy colour palette.

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Ihana Kahvila designed by Werklig

Logo design by Werklig for freight container coffee shop Ihana Kahvila

Ihana Kahvila (The Lovely Cafe) is a coffee shop situated inside a converted freight container in the currently disused harbour district of Kalasatama, Helsinki. Formerly known as Konttikahvila (Container Café), design studio Werklig develop an identity that would contrast against the neglected and industrial past of the area, draw on the café’s unique steel premises while adding a touch of warmth and character.

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The Shipping Guru designed by Werklig

Logo designed by Werklig for Norwegian ship-broker and sea logistics consultancy The Shipping Guru

The Shipping Guru is a Finnish consultancy specialising in ship-broking and sea logistics, their new identity developed by Helsinki based brand development agency Werklig, blends a clear maritime sensibility with an iconic ‘G’ logo-mark.

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