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BP&O Collections — Identity & Interior Design

Selected by Richard Baird.

BP&O Collections — Branding & Interior Design

A continually updated collection of some of the very best visual identity projects that also include an interior design component by the same studio, reviewed and published on BP&O. This post features work by Bond, Anagrama and Kokoro & Moi, and covers a variety of clients, from shoe boutiques to cafe, bars and restaurants. Between them, these effectively play with continuity and/or contrast between interior design and visual identity assets using colour and form, material detail and graphic design, unified by a clear concept and strategic intention. Be sure to click the images to read more about each project. Check out more from BP&O Collections here.

 

PÜR by Bond, Finland

 

Branding – PÜR by Bond, Finland

Branding & Interior Design – PÜR by Bond, Finland

 

Bibelot by A Friend Of Mine, Australia

 

Branding – Bibelot by A Friend Of Mine, Australia

Branding & Interior Design – Bibelot by A Friend Of Mine

 

Maderista by Anagrama, Mexico

 

Branding – Maderista by Anagrama, Mexico

Branding & Interior Design – Maderista by Anagrama, Mexico

 

La Peñita De Jaltemba by Savvy, Mexico

 

Branding – La Peñita De Jaltemba by Savvy, Mexico

Branding & Interior Design – La Peñita De Jaltemba by Savvy, Mexico

 

Paulig Kulma by Bond, Finland

 

Branding – Paulig Kulma by Bond, Finland

Branding & Interior Design – Paulig Kulma by Bond, Finland

 

Fazer Café by Kokoro & Moi, Finland

 

Branding – Fazer Cafe by Kokoro & Moi, Finland

Branding & Interior Design – Fazer Cafe by Kokoro & Moi, Finland

 

Orson by Anagrama, Mexico

 

Branding – Orson by Anagrama, Mexico

Branding & Interior Design – Orson by Anagrama, Mexico

 

Roster by Bond, Finland

 

Branding – Roster by Bond, Finland

Branding & Interior Design – Roster by Bond, Finland

 

Faust by Snøhetta, Norway

 

Branding – Faust by Snøhetta, Norway

Branding & Interior Design – Faust by Snøhetta, Norway

 

Park Bench Deli by Foreign Policy, Singapore

 

Branding – Park Bench Deli by Foreign Policy, Singapore

Branding & Interior Design – Park Bench Deli by Foreign Policy, Singapore

 

The International by Studio South, New Zealand

 

Branding – The International by Studio South, New Zealand

Branding & Interior Design – The International by Studio South, New Zealand

 

Shuang Shuang by ico Design, United Kingdom

 

Branding – Shuang Shuang by ico Design, United Kingdom

Branding & Interior Design – Shuang Shuang by ico Design, United Kingdom

 

Bord 13 by Snask, Sweden

 

Branding – Bord 13 by Snask, Sweden

Branding & Interior Design – Bord 13 by Snask, Sweden

 

The Doctor’s Studio by A Friend Of Mine, Australia

 

Branding – The Doctor's Studio by A Friend Of Mine, Australia

Branding & Interior Design – The Doctor's Studio by A Friend Of Mine, Australia

 

Romero+McPaul by Anagrama, Mexico

 

Branding – Romero+McPaul by Anagama, Mexico

Branding & Interior Design – Romero+McPaul by Anagama, Mexico

 

Nourcy by lg2boutique, Canada

 

Branding – Nourcy by lg2boutique, Canada

Branding & Interior Design – Nourcy by lg2boutique, Canada

 

The Town Mouse by A Friend Of Mine, Australia

 

Branding – The Town Mouse by A Friend Of Mine, Australia

Branding & Interior Design – The Town Mouse by A Friend Of Mine, Australia

 

Daechung Park Cafe by Studio fnt, South Korea

 

Branding & Interior Design – Daechung Park Cafe by Studio fnt, South Korea

Branding & Interior Design – Daechung Park Cafe by Studio fnt, South Korea

 

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 under the category BP&O Collections. This series can be subscribed to here.


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