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Amastan Paris: Everything you Need and Nothing you Don’t.
Luxurious, young and vibrant, Amastan is the new Paris boutique hotel in the 8th arrondissement, near the Champs-Elsyées and the flagship of the new hotel brand, Amastan Hotels, which offers a 'curated home for the cultured traveller' and combines bourgeois apartment living with a distinctly urban vibe: 24 well-appointed guestrooms, Anouk - a trendy bar and garden - and a pop-up art gallery space.
The Exciting and Creative Side of Science
We created a signage system and tailored a communication strategy which expands beyond the walls to turn the Innovation Center into a landmark and communicate through the signage the aspects of research, experimentation and science.
Celebrating our 7th anniversary with a BBQ and some crazy gifs. 🍉
For the celebration of the 65th anniversary of the original Clarks Desert Boot and the 190 years of the Clarks Story we were commissioned to collaborate on the identity and designed the web and mobile site for Clarks: Rebooted.
While designing the emojis it was crucial to think about every detail as they should become characters themselves, rather than being just icons. Although working on a very tiny scale, each one of them should communicate a specific mood or personality which made every small quirk and detail so important.
Travelmoji, the Keyboard for Travellers
Travelmoji by EF Education First is the coolest app to send emojis to your friends! We designed the tutorial pages, the lovely animations and developed the iOS and Android Apps.
A board game called Trikor
Trikor is an abstract board game designed for tablet lovers and hard core gamers. We were commissioned to design the logo, the packaging and the game components which were printed using 3D rapid prototyping.
180 Scaffold Logo Sculpture
The result is a landmark made entirely made of scaffolding, a simple utilitarian everyday material and yet an extremely robust and versatile system. It resembles Lego but at much larger scale and promotes the interaction between the object and the public, artists, visitors or participants. The spaces defined inside the sculpture can be inhabited, visited and experienced.
Siemens is moving you forward!
The brief was to show very subtile movement and interpret each digital billboard as a window into different locations within the underground network. We turned hundreds of still images into 7 spots, each 10 seconds long, by masking the portraits and revealing movement within the same still image.
ArchDaily’s Building of the Year App
Tasked to design and build the ArchDaily iPad App we hand-crafted the editorial layout for each single page and structured the information architecture to highlight the outstanding photographies.
Helping Greenpeace Save Sumatran Tigers
We have been approached by Greenpeace to intervene by shaping the content and creating the technical base for the user interactions in the exhibition.
No Signage 3×180
Sponsoring this event was an unique manner of applying our No Signage project and create the environmental design for the 3rd Anniversary celebration of Canal 180.
Snap it, Style it, Share it!
A branded "Instagram" application is placed inside fitting rooms at Tally Weijl flagship stores in Paris and Vienna. Customers shoot pictures of the outfits, add photo filters and a range of funny branded pictos before sharing it with friends.
Attitude Tablet Magazine
We used the second generation of our digital publishing framework to transform Attitude's magazine to an interactive iPad publication.
Portal of Entrepreneurship jump board
We designed and developed the Portal of Entrepreneurship as a jump board, the go to source for information, news and events around the Porto University's entrepreneurial ecosystem.
No Signage System
The idea, a concept that had us captivated by it non-sense spirit, was to create a signage system that doesn’t show where to go, rather, where not to go. It centered around the principles of location, direction, and living in the moment and it answered the questions of “where am I not?” and “where am I not going?”