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Sauvage by Triboro, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding and illustrated menu by New York design studio Triboro for Brooklyn cafe and bar Sauvage

Sauvage is a Brooklyn-based cafe and cocktail bar from Joshua Boissy and Krystof Zizka, the duo behind Maison Premiere. It is described as being reflective of the staple establishments of New York and Paris, and has a menu of French-accented American dishes. This is also reflected throughout its interior design, a mix of mosaic flooring, brass rimmed circular tables, bent wood furniture, ornamental mirrors, brass fixtures and fittings, and a curved bar with a white marble top.

Sauvage’s visual identity, designed by New York studio Triboro, mirrors some of the period European and American interior influences, whilst working in individual personality through colour and form. This runs across business cards, menus, coffee cups, coasters and tote bags, and included signage and web design.

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Casa Bonay by Mucho, Spain

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity design for Barcelona hotel Casa Bonay by Mucho, Spain

Casa Bonay is a unique hotel destination in the neighbourhood of Eixample Dret, Barcelona, housed within a historic nineteenth century building with a neo-classical façade. Although the setting has a strong historical value, inside and out, the hotel experience makes a connection with the creative talent that populates the city today. This is achieved through collaboration with pioneering chefs, young designers, renowned furniture brands and an independent publisher to create menus, interiors and books.

Casa Boney’s brand identity, created by graphic design studio Mucho, is a visual articulation of the hotel’s free-spirited attitude and the coexistence of disparate personalities and styles. Where the hotel’s interior features classical masonry, period furnishings and darker hues alongside areas of modern restraint, utility and light, Mucho’s brand identity is colourful, eccentric and playful. This reaches across coasters, packaging and a variety of other printed materials.

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Uproot by Believe in, Canada & United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Premium maple syrup and packaging to celebrate UK-based graphic design studio Believe in's expansion into Canada

Uproot is a premium and limited edition maple syrup created to celebrate the opening of UK-based Believe in’s second design studio in Canada. It features a distinctive packaging design that takes a Canadian icon and infuses it with what the studio describes as a European design sensibility. Believe in, from its two studios and through their collaborative effort, will now support clients from the UK, Europe and across North America.

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