MHM Architect is the studio of independent Canadian architect Maxine H. Marcovitch who, working with a team of professionals, trade and closely with clients, creates “beautiful, innovative, and unconventional architectural spaces.” The studio’s new brand identity, developed by 26 Lettres and which included a logotype, blind embossed business cards, portfolio with open stitch detail and website, delivers a familiar but appropriate resolution of architectural cues.
Opinion by Richard Baird.
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.
Håndværk is a New York based clothing brand that mixes craftmanship, minimal elegance, premium materials and innovative fabrics to produce high quality everyday essentials for both men and women.
Designed by Savvy, Håndværk’s new brand identity—which includes a logo, swing tags and packaging solution with a blind emboss detail—conveys the brand’s elegant and elemental nature with what Savvy describe as clean lines and a simple typographic approach based on “minimal scandinavian and japanese aesthetics”.