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HenshawFox by Parent, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and sign design by Parent for Romsey estate agent HenshawFox.

HenshawFox is a family run and independent estate agent with properties in and around the town of Romsey, United Kingdom. With a desire to move into the higher end of the market, from between £250k – £350k to £500k+, within the next two years, the estate agent commissioned graphic design studio Parent to develop their brand identity and interior design for their landmark office. This was to be more upmarket, aspirational and smart enough to compete with national brands. Alongside strategy and interior design, Parent developed and designed brand guidelines, brochures, signage and business cards.

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Bord 13 by Snask, Sweden

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding for Malmö restaurant Bord 13 by Swedish graphic design studio Snask

Bord 13 is a restaurant, located on Malmö’s Engelbrektsgatan, with a menu that steers clear of the overfished, the modified and unnatural. It is a collaboration between chefs Robert Jacobson and Besnik Gashi, a former Souschef and a Head Sommelier from world-renowned Noma, and features a brand identity and interior design by Scandinavian studio Snask. This extended to material, lighting and furniture choices, and included menu and coaster design, branded chef whites and signage.

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The Doctor’s Studio by A Friend Of Mine, Australia

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding for Melbourne based non-invasive cosmetic surgery The Doctor's Studio by graphic design studio A Friend Of Mine

The Doctor’s Studio provides non-invasive dermatological treatments and skin care procedures from its clinic in the Australian city of Melbourne. It has a philosophy that avoids feeding on insecurities and intends to facilitate positive change and foster a sense of well-being.

The Doctor’s Studio worked with graphic design studio A Friend Of Mine to develop an interior and brand identity concept that would avoid the negative stereotypes of the industry. This extended to furnishing, signage, illustration, business cards and web design, working in collaboration with architects Russell and George, Kelly Thompson of UNA and illustrator Stuart McLachlan.

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