BP&O Collections — Property Developers & Developments23 July,2017
Selected by Richard Baird.
A continually updated collection of some of the best brand identity design work for property businesses and property developments, reviewed and published on BP&O. This post features work by Studio South, Richards Partners and Studio Hi Ho, and includes simple wordmark and stationery sets, and those that included brochures, material packs and showroom design.
Projects move between moments of strong graphic impact in typographical form and colour, to those of restraint and subtle materiality. Many feature details that convey high quality interior finish, draw on architectural structure or express the character of the local community. Be sure to click the images to read more about the project, the intentions of each design, and how these work alongside other assets. Check out more from BP&O Collections here.
85 Spring Street by Studio Ongarato, Australia
Edition by South, New Zealand
Fabric of Onehunga by Richards Partners, New Zealand
Strömma Arkipelag by 25ah, Sweden
Soto by Richards Partners, New Zealand
Whitlam Place by Studio Hi Ho, Australia
Faymus by Studio Brave, Australia
The Mansion on Marylebone Lane by Pentagram, United Kingdom
Innovation Properties by 25AH, Sweden
Highpark by Face, Mexico
The International by Studio South, New Zealand
Nine Smith Street by Studio Hi Ho, Australia
Smokovik by Studio8585, Denmark
Wenford Dries by ico Design, United Kingdom
Alphabeta by Village Green, United Kingdom
The Hugo by Studio Brave, Australia
Apartment Kitakagaya Osaka by UMA, Japan
Martino Group by Studio Hi Ho, Australia
Ten Trinity Square by Pentagram, United Kingdom
30 Park Place by Mother Design, United States
George + Powlett by Studio Brave, Australia
El Semillero by Anagrama, Mexico
DNA Development by Face, Mexico
Nth Fitzroy by Studio Hi Ho, Australia
Broadgate by dn&co, United Kingdom
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 The Best of BP&O. This series can be subscribed to here.