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Torikorttelit designed by Kokoro & Moi

Torikorttelit designed by KokoroMoi

Torikorttelit is the old town district of Finland’s capital Helsinki. Its new visual identity, designed by Kokoro & Moi and based around bright colours, simple geometric patterns, a stacked typographic serif logo framed by a circle and paired with a modernist inspired secondary typeface neatly reflects the historic setting at the heart of a modern metropolis.

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Townhouse designed by Koniak

Logo and business card with blind emboss monogram detail for Tel Aviv hotel Townhouse designed by Koniak

Townhouse is a hotel designed and ‘curated’ by The Kastiel Family and located at the heart of the Tel Aviv. Based around tactile material and print finish, a mixed typographical approach in conjunction with a simple sans-serif logo-type and monogram, Townhouse’s visual identity, created by boutique design studio Koniak, frames the traditional crafted luxury of the hotel’s interior fixtures and fittings with a contemporary restraint and lack of superfluous detail.

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Spirit designed by Studio Beige

 Logo for vegetarian restaurant Spirit designed by Studio Beige

Spirit is a restaurant located on Rotterdam’s Mariniersweg street that sells fresh, organic and vegetarian foods throughout the day. The restaurant’s visual identity, designed by Studio Beige, neatly juxtaposes the formality and geometric qualities of an uppercase Brandon Grotesque typographical choice with traditional underlines, alongside finer, organic and hand rendered illustrative detail executed across a colour palette and uncoated substrate selection, that like the illustrations, add a crafted sensibility. This is cut through by the professionalism and good quality associated with the kitchen whites of a chef but tempered slightly by a conversational tone of voice. It is a smart contrast that delivers a sense of high quality and creativity to a growing but still niche sector often perceived as bland but wholesome.

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