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InForm designed by Hofstede

Logo and business cards for architectural design and building firm InForm by Hofstede

InForm is an Australia architectural design and build firm established in 1996 that provides a holistic service which “integrates architecture and construction in a process that promotes creativity, flexibility and efficiency”.

Their new visual identity, created by design and digital development studio Hofstede and “rolled out across printed, digital and environmental forms”, conveys familiar and modernist architectural principles such as truth to materials, craft, structure, functionality and restraint with a neat combination of black, white and dark concrete grey uncoated substrate choices, the high quality of foil finishes, grid-based layouts, plenty of space and the geometric basis of a logotype constructed from Neuzeit S.

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Síol Studio designed by Mucho

Logo and blind emboss stationery for San Francisco-based architecture studio Síol created by Mucho

San Francisco-based architecture studio Síol recently commissioned multidisciplinary design agency Mucho to develop a new visual identity solution that would embody “their philosophy of conceptual, clean architecture for both interior and exterior design.” Based around a customised sans-serif logotype executed as a blind deboss, the identity conveys the familiar architectural themes of light and shadow formed within three-dimensional space and a practical, corporate efficiency.

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Curious Space designed by Mash Creative & May Ninth

Logo designed by Mash Creative and May Ninth for specialist scene setter Curious Space

Curious Space is a London-based scenographers—a specialist scene setter—that creates “unique and inspiring spaces for museums, galleries and more”. Their visual identity, developed by Mash Creative and May Ninth, ‘splits apart to create a physical space that intrigues whilst the type can sit either horizontally or vertically in numerous layouts within the dotted grid”, establishing a flexible and unusual yet structured solution that extracts a proprietary value from the near-neutrality of Gotham’s geometric sans-serif characters.

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