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Adrián Key designed by Face

Logo and duplex business card with thermographic ink and silver foil detail designed by Face Creative for MX architecture firm and architect Adrián Key

Adrián Key is a San Pedro based architecture firm and architect working with the rich and famous from “one of the most exclusive corners of northern Mexico”. Design agency Face Creative developed a new visual identity for the firm with a “clean, simple aesthetic with bold and modern touches, an icon that cleverly encases the name of the brand in its design, and a collection of stationery that reflects the brand’s focus on material and layout excellence”.

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Griab designed by Kollor

Logo and stationery with fluorescent green print treatment for architecture and engineering firm Griab designed by Kollor

Griab is a Swedish engineering firm, founded in 1957 and located in Helsingborg, Sweden, that specialises in delivering a holistic design and build service that includes land planning, wastewater management, architecture and construction.

Developed by multidisciplinary design agency Kollor, Griab’s visual identity, “inspired by the the straight lines and shapes commonly seen in architecture” and created to help reinforce the firm’s environmental profile, includes a new logo-type, stationery and website based around a sans-serif logo-type, monospace typeface, grids, guides and a fluorescent green print treatment.

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Taller38 designed by Savvy

Sans-serif logotype for property developer T38 and and architecture workshop Taller 38 designed by Savvy

Developer Taller38 and multidisciplinary workshop T38 – a studio made up of architects, artisans, carpenters, painters and welders – work together to develop architectural pieces and real estate projects that are described by Savvy – the agency behind their new logo, stationey and website – as a “benchmark of high quality” that aims to “uplift the style and quality of life of the people” who live there.

Savvy worked with both businesses to create an identity based around modularity, grids, a dynamic sans-serif logo-type and a blue and red tinted photography that would, whether superimposed or isolated, compliment or divide the two synergetic entities.

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