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Manor Studio designed by Manic

Logo for Singapore-based architectural and spatial design practice Manor Studio created by Manic

Manor Studio is a Singapore-based architectural and spatial design practice serving both commercial and residential clients, while its sister company, Manor Properties, specialises in development and investment. To accommodate this duality design agency Manic created a visual identity solution that fuses a set of logo-types – ‘subtly accented by the mathematical symbol for exponentiation’ – with a grid-based pattern device, two uncoated, dyed material choices and a reflective print finish across the stationery.

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K2LD Architects designed by Studio Hi Ho

Logo and business card design by Studio Hi Ho for Melbourne-based architecture and interior design firm K2LD

K2LD is a small Melbourne-based architecture and interior design firm with a project history that includes individual private homes, community precincts, multi-unit developments and large-scale commercial projects. The firm’s identity, an abstract, structural and modular amalgamation of initials (check the ideation animation here), uncoated materials and a monochromatic colour palette – developed by brand and communication studio Hi Ho – unapologetically embraces the established and reductionist cues of the industry.

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O Architecture designed by Heydays

Logo and compliment slip design by Heydays for O Architecture

O Archi­tec­ture is a small, Lille-based multidisciplinary studio whose practices extend beyond traditional architectural services to include artistic installations, educational courses and editorial work. Their visual identity, ‘a solid cir­cle with a dis­rup­tion that cre­ates a tri­an­gle rem­i­nis­cent of an A’ – created by design agency Heydays – , unites the broad remit of the studio under a simple sym­bol with a revolving, holistic quality that can be easily executed across a variety of collaterals.

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