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Sauvage by Triboro, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding and illustrated menu by New York design studio Triboro for Brooklyn cafe and bar Sauvage

Sauvage is a Brooklyn-based cafe and cocktail bar from Joshua Boissy and Krystof Zizka, the duo behind Maison Premiere. It is described as being reflective of the staple establishments of New York and Paris, and has a menu of French-accented American dishes. This is also reflected throughout its interior design, a mix of mosaic flooring, brass rimmed circular tables, bent wood furniture, ornamental mirrors, brass fixtures and fittings, and a curved bar with a white marble top.

Sauvage’s visual identity, designed by New York studio Triboro, mirrors some of the period European and American interior influences, whilst working in individual personality through multi-colour and form. This runs across business cards, menus, coffee cups, coasters and tote bags, and included signage and web design.

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Bec Brittain designed by Lotta Nieminen

Logo and duplex business cards designed by Lotta Nieminen for New York based lighting and product designer Bec Brittain

Bec Brittain is a New York based lighting and product designer who is driven by a “love for luxurious materials, intuitive forms and forward-thinking technology.” Working with her small team from a studio in Brooklyn, Bec Brittain creates products that explore and experiment with new production techniques and materials that push the boundaries of American-made centrepiece lighting design. Each piece is created and inspected by Bec and produced using a local network of fabricators and artisans.

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Terence Woodgate designed by Charlie Smith Design

Packaging for lighting design and manufacturer Terence Woodgate designed by Charlie Smith Design

Terence Woodgate is a lighting design and manufacturing business, founded by industrial designer Terence Woodgate in 2014, that looks to “fully optimise the benefits of LED technology”. Charlie Smith Design recently worked with Terence Woodgate to develop a visual identity for the business and modular packaging treatment for its first line of products as well as manuals, fitting instructions and website.

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