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The Maitland by Studio Brave

Opinion by Richard Baird

Branding, art direction, brochure and website by Studio Brave featuring photography by Traianos Pakioufakis for property development The Maitland

The Maitland is a luxury 22 apartment residential property development from Gibson Developments located on Malvern Road in Glen Iris, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. It is marked by an architectural, interior and landscape design language—created by Bruce Henderson (architecture), Charlotte Henderson (interiors) and Jack Merlo (landscape)—of colour, texture and form that connect it intimately to the neighbourhood and its leafy streets. This connection is the foundation of The Maitland’s graphic identity and marketing campaign, designed by Studio Brave, presented as two documents; Space and Place.

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Näsby Slottspark by Bedow

Opinion by Richard Baird

Logo and brochure design by Bedow for Swedish property development Näsby Slottspark

Näsby Slottspark is a residential property development located in Täby, a municipality situated north of Stockholm. The development is built around a 17th-century castle and its gardens, and is made up of three distinct structural groupings, Södra Parken, Norra Parken and Strandängarna. Each of these is characterised by a Scandinavian simplicity, lightness and truth to materials inside and out and by their surroundings, a landscape of natural grasses, hedgerows and parkland. This mix of regional legacy, natural beauty and modern structure is expressed by the development’s visual identity, designed by Bedow, through logo design, type choice, illustration and photography online and in the material composition, finish and layout of brochures.

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Strömma Arkipelag by 25ah, Sweden

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Visual identity by 25ah for residential property development Strömma Arkipelag

Strömma Arkipelag is a new residential property project from Swedish developer Innovation Properties, and located in between the inner city and outer archipelago of Stockholm. Strömma Arkipelag offers a unique intersection of modern living spaces and an unspoilt rural environment, with the two interlinked by large windows and a material commonality. This relationship is also expressed by the development’s graphic identity, designed by 25ah, through colour, print finish, illustration, photography and a bold typographical gesture.

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