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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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Fox Real Estate by Parallax, Australia

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and business cards for Fox Real Estate by Parallax Design, Australia

Fox is described by Parallax Design, the Australian graphic design studio behind its new brand identity, as one of Adelaide’s most respected boutique real estate agencies. Established in 2005 by Andrew Fox, Fox Real Estate specialises in the selling of high-end properties. Following business growth and to coincide with a move to larger premises, Fox worked with Parallax to develop a new brand identity, which extended across brochure, business card and signage, with the intention of strengthening its market position.

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The Stow Brothers designed by Build

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Edge painted business card design by Build for East London estate agent The Stow Brothers

The Stow Brothers is an estate agent working within the area of Walthamstow, a place where urban London meets the Epping Forest, and is described by the estate agent as a rapidly expanding community of like-minded people looking for a place with a strong sense of community, plenty of culture, good food and a decent pint.

UK-based graphic design studio Build worked with The Stow Brothers to develop a new brand identity—which went on to include monogram, stationery, business cards, website, copywriting, sale, sold and to let by boards, with assets created by local trade, craftsmen and artists—that reflected their love for the area and would distinguish them from the other estate agents operating in the same postcode. The identity was expanded upon later in the year to include a mini exhibition and a distinctive direct mail campaign in support of the nearby Wetlands project.

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