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CZYK designed by Longton

Logo designed by Longton for industrial design practice CZYK

CZYK is a Melbourne-based industrial design practice established by Nikolai Kotlarczyk that specialises in contemporary furniture and lighting design for small and large scale production. Longton, the agency behind CZYK’s new brand identity—which included a logotype, website and printed collateral—describe the practice as having a ‘strong focus on functional, high use design based heavily around materiality, production techniques and the environmental lifecycle of each product.’

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Massproductions by Britton Britton

Logo for Stockholm-based furniture company Massproductions designed by Britton Britton

Massproductions is a Stockholm-based furniture company – established in 2009 by designers Chris Martin and Magnus Elebäck – that develops ”high quality, tactile furniture in a modernist spirit’. The firm’s visual identity, developed by creative branding and communication agency Britton Britton, neatly mixes a structural, typographical authority with craft textures and confidently appropriates an upholstered colour palette of the past.

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La Chance designed by Artworklove

Logo for furniture and lighting company La Chance designed by Artworklove

La Chance is a furniture and lighting company that manufactures and retails ‘sophisticated, rich and distinctive products based on noble materials’ developed by the ‘best designers of the new generation’. La Chance’s visual identity, designed by Artworklove – who’s approach is based on ‘artistic experimentation and systematic design structure, and specialises in the production of sensitively finished work with a well-considered balance of form and function’ – unites tactile material choices, high quality print finishes and a visual identity that blends the fine lines of a monogram with the an unusual reverse italic aesthetic of the logo-type to reflect the uniquely crafted and technical quality of their products.

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