Polish design studio For Brands (formerly Artentiko) have published images of their latest visual identity project commissioned by Wrocław based architectural studio Ideo Architekci. Based around a modular and dynamic grid based framework, modernistic typeface and a bright industrial colour palette, Artentiko’s solution manages to capture the fundamental aspect of architectural planning and a consistent but expansive approach.
Architecture PLB is a design-led practice working across both the public and private sectors with offices in Winchester and London. Their new brand identity, designed by communications agency Sea, unites the three dimensional aspect of the architectural world and a sense of sculptural creativity with a gradated ‘A’ logomark and the utility and corporate neutrality of a well-spaced, light grey san serif logotype.
Yoma is an architectural studio based in Jerusalem and founded by Michal and Netanel Mayer. Their new identity, designed by Kobi Benezri (born in Jerusalem now working from Zurich, Switzerland) is an interesting dual language bespoke logo-type solution that not only characterises their regional and international clientèle but also their interior and exterior expertise.