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Taller38 designed by Savvy

Sans-serif logotype for property developer T38 and and architecture workshop Taller 38 designed by Savvy

Developer Taller38 and multidisciplinary workshop T38 – a studio made up of architects, artisans, carpenters, painters and welders – work together to develop architectural pieces and real estate projects that are described by Savvy – the agency behind their new logo, stationey and website – as a “benchmark of high quality” that aims to “uplift the style and quality of life of the people” who live there.

Savvy worked with both businesses to create an identity based around modularity, grids, a dynamic sans-serif logo-type and a blue and red tinted photography that would, whether superimposed or isolated, compliment or divide the two synergetic entities.

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InForm designed by Hofstede

Logo and business cards for architectural design and building firm InForm by Hofstede

InForm is an Australia architectural design and build firm established in 1996 that provides a holistic service which “integrates architecture and construction in a process that promotes creativity, flexibility and efficiency”.

Their new visual identity, created by design and digital development studio Hofstede and “rolled out across printed, digital and environmental forms”, conveys familiar and modernist architectural principles such as truth to materials, craft, structure, functionality and restraint with a neat combination of black, white and dark concrete grey uncoated substrate choices, the high quality of foil finishes, grid-based layouts, plenty of space and the geometric basis of a logo-type constructed from Neuzeit S.

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BTP designed by BTP

Business card with embossed signature detail designed by BTP

BTP, formerly Beyond The Pixels, is a Melbourne-based design studio who take an interdisciplinary approach that blends the practices of design, technology and branding to create modern interactive products, and describe themselves as having a reputation for “delivering progressive brands and websites”.

Their recent rebrand, in pursuit of a “simplified vision”, reduces their identity to a three character sans-serif logo-type set alongside embossed signature detail executed by hand and across dyed, uncoated substrates.

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