These are the five projects I reviewed during February that I felt really stood out and wanted to give them another opportunity to be seen and shared. I have ordered these from five to one with my favourite project presented last. Do you agree with my choices?
Tegn_03 is a Norwegian, multidisciplinary, architectural design studio that, through inclusive methods, process-oriented and competent project management, deliver holistic solutions that encompass the fields of architecture, planning and landscape, to large clients across Scandinavia. Their visual identity, developed by Neue, draws together the themes of technical knowledge, structure, connections, collaboration and creativity through neutral typography, a modular and expanding geometric pattern, tactile and reflective print finishes, ample white space and the more unusual, playful addition of colour and the engagement of an interactive image generator.
Resolve is a Norweigen provider of a broad selection of cleaning and restoration services to both the commercial and private clients covering asbestos removal, fire and water damage mitigation and ventilation cleaning. Their new identity, designed by Oslo based Neue, rejects that hard industrial aesthetics of the sector in favour of a softer, people led proposition.
Following yesterday’s review of my favourite packaging featured on BP&O during 2011, today I have pulled together my top five branding projects. I hope that some of you will take the time to add your own opinions and let me know of any projects I may have missed.
The Norwegian Shipowners’ Association is a group of businesses that collectively employ over 55,000 seafarers and offshore workers from more than 50 different nations. The association’s identity, created by Oslo based design agency Neue (famous for their interactive Visit Nordkyn work), captures the open sea and sense of knowledge and experience with a two colour square and classic serif combination.