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Puebla 109 designed by Savvy

Brand identity and packaging by Savvy for art, design and gastronomy experience Puebla 109

Puebla 109 is a three floor 20th century townhouse, located in the Roma Norte colonia of Mexico City, “where art, design and gastronomy converge” in the form of an evolving space utilised as a place to work in the morning, as a restaurant to eat lunch in the afternoon and as a bar to have cocktails in the evening.

Puebla 109’s new brand identity—which includes a number of different logos, packaging and print, stationery and menus created by design studio Savvy—establishes a strong, on-trend and crafted sensibility through hand drawn typography, uncoated materials, stamp-based print finishes and punched tape label detail.

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Brae designed by Studio Round

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Still life created by photographer Scottie Cameron

Brae is a restaurant, located in the Australian town of Birregurra, that describes itself as having a menu of unique and contemporary dishes built around a respect for nature and seasonality, and crafted from organic ingredients both locally sourced and grown on its own 30 acre site. Brae’s new brand identity—which included a new logo-type, menu, stationery set and website developed by Melbourne based Studio Round—juxtaposes traditional typography and a seasonal colour palette alongside the contemporary creativity and rich natural detail of a series of still life photographs taken by Scottie Cameron.

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La Peñita De Jaltemba designed by Savvy

Interior furnishing for seafood restaurant La Peñita De Jaltemba designed by Savvy

La Peñita De Jaltemba is a seafood restaurant located in Playa del Carmen, a city on Mexico’s Caribbean coast. Design agency Savvy, working in collaboration with Isauro Huizar and Tomás Guereña, recently developed a new brand identity and interior design solution for La Peñita based around the fictional story of a lost tribe of Jaltemba which then informed the ‘graphic and spatial language’ of the restaurant.

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