The Best of BP&O — Architecture4 November,2014
Curated by Richard Baird.
A collection of the best brand identity and graphic design projects reviewed and published on BP&O for architecture, architectural lighting and interior architecture businesses and related exhibitions. This post covers logo, stationery and business card creation, books, portfolios, websites, and the occasional wayfinding and signage system.
By balancing graphic design, material choice and print finish, utilising colour, type, form and texture contrast, and referencing architectural themes such as light, shade, structure and space, each approach builds to a distinctive visual identity. Featured studios include Hunt&Co, Inhouse, Garbett and Heydays.
This post was published as a quick way to browse through BP&O’s content and get access to older but equally interesting projects through different themes, and expands on previous posts in the series BP&O – Collections. This series can be subscribed to here.
A’18 by Pentagram, United States
Morris+Company by Bob Design, United Kingdom
New Architecture in South Tyrol 2012—2018 by Studio Mut, Italy
Enter Arkitektur by Lundgren+Lindqvist, Sweden
85 Spring Street by Studio Ongarato, Australia
OfficeUS Manual by Pentagram, United States
UNSW Built Environment by Toko, Australia
MOAA Architects by Inhouse, New Zealand
CCA Architecture by Manual, United States
Kristin Jarmund Architects by Snøhetta, Norway
Lundén Architecture Company by Tsto, Finland
Superkül by Blok, Canada
Chasing The Sky Maven Publishing by Design By Toko, Australia
Raumindex by Moodley, Austria
Ridley designed by RE:
Verso Architecture+Interiors by Studio South
Emma Magnusson Arkitektur by Lundgren+Lindqvist, Sweden
L’Observatoire International by Triboro, United States
Fathom Architects by dn&co, United Kingdom
Mitsuori Architects by Hunt & Co, Australia
FR-EE by Pentagram, United States
Space Division by Inhouse, New Zealand
Architecture PLB by Sea, United Kingdom
Making: by Garbett, Australia
Bølgeblikk Arkitekter by Tank, Norway