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Wadha by Two Times Elliott, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding for Doha based fashion brand Wadha by Two Times Elliott, United Kingdom

Wadha is a Islamic fashion brand for women, established in 2010 in the city of Doha, Qatar, by Wadha Al Hajri. Garments by Wadha are characterised by unique fabrics and cuts, contemporary, clean and slightly irregular shapes, and single colour. This aesthetic is reflected throughout Wadha’s brand identity, designed by British graphic design studio Two Times Elliott, not only in typographic form and a solid colour palette but also in material choice, print finish and structure. This links assets such as notecards, bags, tags and business cards.

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Wenford Dries by ico Design, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding and architects pack for North Cornwall property development Wenford Dries by London based graphic design studio ico.

Wenford Dries is a new property development in the scenic area of North Cornwall. It will be made up of loft-style homes, artist studios, allotments and wild gardens, set on the site, and within the structure of, a former clay drying factory that dates back to the beginning of the 20th century. This is said to have been sensitively restored. The development is billed as an urban-style regeneration and retreat in an area of significant natural beauty.

London based design studio ico Design created a brand identity for the development that would communicate the vision of the project and evoke a sense of place to investors and off-plan buyers. This dual market was addressed through two key assets, an architects pack and a lifestyle magazine bound by a diverse but cohesive visual language of type, clay grey boards, colourful photography and emotive language.

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Park Restaurant & Distillery by Glasfurd & Walker, Canada

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding for Canadian restaurant and distillery Park by Glasfurd & Walker

Park is a bar, restaurant and distillery located in the Canadian resort town of Banff, within the Banff National Park, and the province of Alberta. It is a region of diverse natural beauty which includes mountains, prairies, forests and desert badlands, and that attracts walkers, campers and skiers locally and internationally.

The restaurant is a celebration of Banff’s alpine history and lifestyle. This runs throughout an interior of warm lighting, long dining tables, enamelware, exposed stone walls and beams, antlers and wood panelling, a campfire-inspired menu of spit-roasted, wood-fired and smoked flavours, and a bright and robust brand identity developed by Vancouver based graphic design studio Glasfurd & Walker.

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