- Viva WalletCloud-based digital payments Viva Wallet is a global, cloud-based digital payments factory, active in five European capitals, including London & Brussels. They needed a future-facing brand identity, that would make them stand out in a world where the FinTech market and its customers experience change at an accelerated rate. The new logo, designed in collaboration with AG Design Agency, is based on the way people used to hold their money before the wallet even came to be. The money clip, a dev
- A2 ArchitectsArchitecture through narration When an architect designs a residence, he designs the space that will form the future lives of the people living in it. He designs their feelings, moments and memories, a space that tells an ever changing story. A2 Architects’ new brand identity, shares stories, thoughts and experiences, while communicating the simplicity that runs through their design philosophy. Narration becomes the main design element, with the name of the studio highlighted along the way.
- Caloric24 hour smart heating Caloric is the a smart thermostat that calculates the temperature needed to heat up a space in the most cost effective way. By comparing inside and outside temperatures, Caloric uses the appropriate amount of energy needed. The project includes the development of a mobile app that is used to control the thermostat and the product's website. The design follows a clear, typographic approach, where the colours are the key element to differentiate heat from cold.
- CosmoCosmo is a product designed by Filisia, to help therapists focusing mainly on autistic children patients. It consists of several units that light up to a colorful set and are combined in several ways to assist, among others, coordination, movement and memory exercises. The kind of relationship and dependance growing between therapist and patient, in relation with the name cosmo, reminds us of the same “magnetic” relationship that exists between planets. This magnetism becomes the main force that
- QuerkoQuerko is a new company in the sector of renovation and maintenance, located in The Hague, NL. Strongly believing in the impact all of us have to the world, they initiated Green Querko, a foundation for the support of environmental causes. The design follows a clear geometric approach, where various shapes form several spaces and perspectives. The basic element is the sharp inclination, deriving from the logo, which is a slight alteration of the uruz rune, a glyph related to the company’s herita
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