The Sailors Club is restaurant, located in the Rose Bay area of New South Wales, inspired by the ‘luxurious waterside lifestyle famously photographed by Slim Aarons and the colourful frivolity of 1960’s Palm Springs’. The restaurant’s identity, created by independent and multidisciplinary design agency Folke, manages to deliver a retrospective authenticity through the combination of a classic sans serif logo-type and geometric floor tile pattern.
ReGen, formerly known as Uniting Care Moreland Hall, is a not-for-profit drug and alcohol treatment and education agency established in 1970 for the Victoria and Tasmanian regions of Australia. Following the recent name change Studio Brave developed a new visual identity that would better reflect the ReGen’s evidence based practices and the positive, practical outcomes it achieves, through a combination of vibrant colour, a simple linguistic device and a weighty sans serif typeface.
Stockholm based graphic and product design studio Bedow recently developed a new visual identity and stationery solution for Askeroths Trappor och Räcken, a small Swedish manufacturer of specialist staircases.
Based around a simple but identifiable abstraction, the logo-mark captures the elemental, functionality and practicality of staircases and the solid technical abilities of the craftsmen through the combination of a single, consistent line weight, basic geometry and nice balance of positive and negative space.