Posts Tagged ‘graphic elements’

The Collaborative Collection by Wolf-Gordon and Mae Engelgeer

January 5th, 2017

Together, they’ve created a collection that partners graphic elements and textures with the craftsmanship of Dutch Modernism, and given a modern spin. As a result, each of the pieces is characterized by clean lines, abstract geometric forms, and luxurious details.

Dropbox office by Gensler, Sydney – Australia

January 4th, 2017

A number of integrated graphic elements add character to the design, including an inlaid metal ‘welcome mat’ sign embedded in the stone floor of the front entry which is unique to this Dropbox address. Elsewhere, images of Bondi Beach taken by local photographer Aquabumps, form large murals on walls and on the ping pong table, adding a distinctive Sydney flavour.

Et Cetera wine label by Shumi Love Design

August 25th, 2016

The main stylistic element of the brand – the sight of ellipsis – was used several times in different zones of the package in order to amplify the brand’s recognizability.

Sabre Travel Network Offices by Auerbach Halevy Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

June 30th, 2016

On top of the interior and furniture design, all of the graphic elements were also designed in-house. The main graphic element is a 30-meter long poster which encompasses the work space, designed in the colorful, cheerful and international spirit of Sabre.

Kiin Pharma branding by Jānis Andersons

June 2nd, 2016

Function of the design was chosen to simplify the perception of the cure and to distinguish main characteristics of kind of impact on health you’re going to receive through simple and clean communication technique.

El Moro by Cadena Asociados, Mexico City – Mexico

February 11th, 2016

Language and furniture align forming unique expression, reminiscent of the golden age of Mexico, when an art deco style dominated the city’s poster ads, movies, fonts, and architecture providing sufficient graphic elements, symbols, and even communication through different artistic means.

Viccarbe furniture at COMPAC office

February 2nd, 2016

The design approach is sober yet characterful, the luminous ambience is provided by the expansive windows providing natural light and the open plan layout with a bright staff canteen area at its heart.

Botanic Kitchen Restaurant Concept by Kiwi & Pom, UK

January 10th, 2016



Kiwi & Pom were appointed to develop a restaurant concept that would consolidate and refurbish existing restaurants for a garden-focused retailer.

Restaurant Villa Vela by Isacco Brioschi Architects, Turin – Italy

October 25th, 2015



Villa Vela is a palace dating back to mid-nineteenth century, for which was selected a conservative restoration, with the additional help of a group of restorers to fix the ceiling frescoes.

Jaquar exhibit design at ISH by Foley Designs, Frankfurt – Germany

July 19th, 2015

The complete stall was envisaged as a spiral form. The curved and tilted walls start low with broad welcoming entries. As the journey evolves, the walls converge to give way to an experience rich centre.

RPH Pharma Packaging by SPR Design

April 6th, 2015

Standard 8 branding by Aloof

March 4th, 2015

Aloof were approached by Standard 8, to help redefine their brand direction in order to expand their business into new areas.

Das Kolin Restaurant Branding by VON K

February 27th, 2015

For the restaurant – bar THE KOLIN in Vienna a new identity has been developed, which combines British touches in graphics and classical Bistro typography.

Kozelsk Dairy Factory Redesign by Alex Kodimsky

February 20th, 2015

Kozelsk Dairy Factory Redesign by Alex Kodimsky

Swissôtel hotel, Zurich – Switzerland

December 23rd, 2014

Modern Swiss design paired with technological advancements is what characterises the stylish new lobby of the tallest hotel in Zurich. In the wake of a complete renovation, the heart of Swissôtel Zurich has been transformed from a classic reception hall into a living room with a feel-good atmosphere.

Wing Zone restaurant by Dek-O, Medellin – Colombia

September 3rd, 2013

The interior has a touch of modern and contemporary air, built from segments , looking to generate particular spaces through furniture which complements the graphic elements characteristic of the brand.

Foodology Identity & Branding by Somewhere Else

May 16th, 2013

Based on the name, the identity treats Foodology as an institution for food and borrows different graphic elements from academia to create its own unique voice. The logo is designed like a seal with a “F” symbol and to express the fact that Foodology provides a wide selection of foods, the logotype comes in 6 different permutations with the “o”s replaced by different abstract symbols

Gordana Dimitrijevic boutique by Element-s, Paris

May 15th, 2013

Manuel Bonnemazou & Agnes Cambus from Element-s agency have imagined for her a light and imposing wood structure that imitates a bird cage. This wooden structure assembled by a series of wing nuts is additionally combanied with thin and illuminated golden shelves on which are presented the shoes.

Yum Bun street food stall by Rowan Taylor for eks why zed, London

May 1st, 2013

An L-shaped counter allows a couple of people to sit at the bar and watch the buns coming together. The floor is laid in honed slate, and glossy pink tiles line the walls. The interior design retains an informal street-food element, with the bar counter constructed with exposed timber stud work.

Gomez bar by Savvy Studio, Garza García – Mexico

April 4th, 2013

The use of different types of wood as well as warm, indirect lighting provide a welcoming atmosphere. The space behind the bar shows an exclusive design: a grid that makes the exact position of every article clearly visible. It also has two crystal carafes which, held by a simple mechanism, serve mezcal very easily.