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Kinetica designed by Face

Logotype and stationery designed by Face for industrial design studio Kinetica

Kinetica is an international industrial design studio located in Santa Catarina, Mexico, that specialises in non-standard architectural projects. Their new visual identity, created by ‘supermodernist’ design agency Face, utilises a bold black and yellow colour palette, a straightforward sans-serif logo-type, plenty of space and a grid based collateral layout to establish a restrained and contemporary interpretation of heavy industry infused with subtle architectural cues.

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Burnish & Plumb designed by FÖDA

Logo across a rough trade texture designed by FÖDA for Austin based construction firm Burnish & Plumb

Burnish & Plumb is a Austin (US) based construction firm with a care and craft philosophy. Their visual identity and website, designed by brand consultancy FÖDA, mix the utilitarian and pragmatic aesthetics of a stencil cut logo-type with the organic and personal qualities of hand photography conveying a hardworking and honest business practice.

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S-AR designed by Savvy

Logo design by Savvy for architecture and urban design firm Stación-ARquitectura

Stación-ARquitectura (S-AR) is a Monterrey (MX) based architectural and urban design firm established in 2003 by Cesar Guerrero, Ana Cecilia Garza, Carlos Flores and Maria Sevilla. Based around a simple sans serif logo-type their new visual identity, created by multidisciplinary design agency Savvy, confidently brings together Helvetica, grid based print and on-line layouts, a monochromatic colour palette and uncoated substrate to unify pragmatism and structure with a subtle art and craft twist.

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