a place to start from;
where Zoe (@zoe_philine) grew up, Anouk (@anouksbeckers) is a tourist and Maria's (@marianaidich) new home.
we gathered our work on a rooftop terrace on a sunny afternoon.
our bodies are present and part of the work. playing around with colour, material and composition.
@zoe_philine wearing her headscarf with #9 of A GARMENT TO UNRAVEL
Roger Burkhard [@roger_burkhard] is a creative web development studio based in Bern, Switzerland’s de facto capital, or Bundesstadt. With a rooster of clients in the creative industries, the studio turned to Lundgren+Lindqvist for a complete redesign of their visual identity, stationery and website.
The new visual identity is built around a modular system with a baseline grid constituting its smallest visual component.
A monogram, featuring a reversed capital ‘R’ (for Roger), conjoined with a capital ‘B’ (for Burkhard), was designed. The monogram’s thin lines are accentuated by a silver spot colour on the dark grey paper used for the stationery. The paper, titled Graphite and made by the Italian paper manufacturer Favini, has a very special texture and its surface reacts to light in a curious way, obscuring the print when the light hits it from a certain angle. For the die-cut promotional cards, Damask textured Frost White Colorplan from GFSmith was used. The card, with its visual puzzle of four windows (deriving from the negative spaces of the brand marque), aims to illustrate the multilayered nature of the studio's work. While a visitor of one of the studio's builds will only see the front-end, there is always a hidden, rich layer of code making everything look and function the way its suppose to. This rationale also influenced the documentation of the project. It also alludes to the fact that a developer's job is often about connecting the dots, using equal portions of logic and creativity.
All the printed pieces were produced by Göteborgstryckeriet. [@goteborgstryckeriet] -
In addition to the printed pieces, we also designed a one-off table sculpture in water-cut and treated steel. The sculpture, which sides as a paperweight, features seven parts held together by friction and is based on the RB Monogram.
For the website, showcasing the development studio’s work, we worked in close collaboration with the studio’s founder and designed a simple yet effective site.
For more information and images, please visit our website. (link in bio)
At Dresden we are oh so flexible. Really. In almost every way! Every element of our range is interchangeable, think lenses, frames, arms. Even the pins; snap them out and back in as the fancy takes you. Lose them? Kein Problem. We've got bowls of replacements ready and waiting. Just help yourself. 🌈 #wasistdresden#lovemydresdens#modular#australiandesign