La Chance is a furniture and lighting company that manufactures and retails ‘sophisticated, rich and distinctive products based on noble materials’ developed by the ‘best designers of the new generation’. La Chance’s visual identity, designed by Artworklove – who’s approach is based on ‘artistic experimentation and systematic design structure, and specialises in the production of sensitively finished work with a well-considered balance of form and function’ – unites tactile material choices, high quality print finishes and a visual identity that blends the fine lines of a monogram with the an unusual reverse italic aesthetic of the logo-type to reflect the uniquely crafted and technical quality of their products.
Doce Cielos is a traditional handcrafted Mexican honey brand with a mission ‘to encourage the recognition and consumption of native apiculture products’ and emphasise their ‘richness in flavor, texture, color and benefits to personal health’.
The brand’s visual identity and packaging solution, developed by independent design agency Anagrama, is an unusual craft and corporate juxtaposition delivered through a well spaced but fairly neutral sans-serif logo-type, the scientific numbering of products, plenty of space alongside the very fine hand sketched bee and a raised illustrative detail that avoids the hexagonal design tropes in favour of a honey drop loop – drawing together region and product – running across the circumference of the jars.
It is a direction that while incredibly restrained in its typographical approach manages to not only balance an almost clinical consistency and high quality with a sense of handcraft and local industry but also offers an originality and conceptual richness to a visually stagnant product sector.
Krohn is a young but experienced Oslo based furniture, interior and architecture design studio that develops holistic solutions that strengthen and add value to businesses through interior environments. Krohn’s visual identity, website and stationery—created by visual communications agency Commando Group—captures the multi-disciplinary nature of the studio and juxtaposes bold architectural structure and simple interior spaces with fine, high quality detailing, through an abstract, multi-perspective logo, interactive applet and a blend of uncoated concrete grey board and a gold block foil print finish.