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HEWN by Föda, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

HEWN

HEWN is an American architectural woodworking shop, custom furniture fabrication and metalworking business with extensive facilities, a team of master-craftsmen, a national presence and local legacy. It also has a preference for native Texas and reclaimed woods.

HEWN worked with Austin based graphic design studio Föda to develop a new brand identity that would help ensure market share and longevity, and would lay the groundwork for future leadership transitions.

This began with strategy and naming, included logo and logotype design, and extended across signage, business cards, t-shirts and website, as well as van, garage door and hopper signage.

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FR-EE by Pentagram, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and stationery with fluorescent spot colour detail for architectural studio Fr-ee designed by Pentagram Natasha, United States

Fernando Romero Enterprise (FR-EE) is an architecture and design firm with offices in New York and Mexico City. The firm was founded by award-winning architect Fernando Romero, and is recognised internationally for their work on projects such as the new Mexico City International Airport and Museo Soumaya. FR-EE worked with Pentagram partner Natasha Jen, plus team, to help them capture and convey their innovative and pioneering spirit and democratic approach, through a new brand identity system. This went on to include business cards, stationery, brochure and web design.

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Marquez Quevedo by La Tortillería, Mexico

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and gold foiled stationery for Mexican architectural studio Marquez Quevedo by La Tortillería

Márquez Quevedo is a San Pedro based architectural practice that balances space, proportion, materials, form and colour to compose creative spaces filled with movement. Drawing on what is described as the practice’s sophisticated style and vision Mexican graphic design studio La Tortillería developed a new brand identity for Márquez Quevedo with a sense of space, structure and materiality, both in image and physical texture, that links business cards, stationery and website.

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