BP&O Collections — Structural Design
Selected by Richard Baird.
A continually updated collection of brand identity design work that includes a structural design component, reviewed and published on BP&O. This post features work by B&B Studio, Base Design and Socio Design and includes boxes, bottles, folders and slipcases.
Projects within this collection typically explore the potential of structure as a vehicle to convey ideas. This could be through material choice and relief, shape, finishes, the framing or holding of product, or the mechanism for opening or engaging with contents. These move between the decorative, subtle allusions and the communicatively immediate. Common techniques include material weighting and texture, glass bottles with bespoke relief and boxes within boxes.
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.
andSons Chocolatiers by Base Design
Tangent GC Organic Detergents by Carl Nas Associates
StrangeLove Lo-Cal Soda by Marx Design
Espelma by Commission
DOIY Honom by Folch
Unfolded by Commission
Superkül by Blok
The True Honey Co. by Marx Design
Lone Wolf by B&B Studio
Garden 13 by Base Design
Clydeside Distillery by Manual
Folk+Form by Snøhetta
Volcano At Home by Commission
A.N Other by Socio Design
Piccolo by Here Design
Maison De Greef 1848 by Base Design
Port Of Mokha by Manual
Wadha by Two Times Elliott
El Pintor by Anagrama
Dr Jart+ by Pentagram
Lukas/Markus – Kalle Sanner by Lundgren+Lindqvist
Chaos by Socio Design