Ensemble Pastoral Catholique / Atelier d’Architecture Brenac-Gonzalez

Gallery of Ensemble Pastoral Catholique / Atelier d’Architecture Brenac-Gonzalez - 20

Ensemble Pastoral Catholique / Atelier d’Architecture Brenac-Gonzalez

Delta Light | Rendez-Vous (plinth and ceiling) and Reunion (corner) profile for indirect lighting.

Delta Light | Rendez-Vous (plinth and ceiling) and Reunion (corner) profile for indirect lighting.

eye-catching hoarding scheme using CNC routered letters to great effect, each letter was applied with a mirror vinyl face

eye-catching hoarding scheme using CNC routered letters to great effect, each letter was applied with a mirror vinyl face

Hotel room number _

Hotel room number _

sTREEt-Campaign-logo-design-branding-identity-HANCOMM-INSPIRE-D-Seoul-5 @Senem Tekin Bardakçı

sTREEt-Campaign-logo-design-branding-identity-HANCOMM-INSPIRE-D-Seoul-5 @Senem Tekin Bardakçı

Lighting for hotels, Wall Washer 5.1 collection by Font Barcelona _

Lighting for hotels, Wall Washer 5.1 collection by Font Barcelona _

Felipe Oliveira Baptista Exhibition.1

Felipe Oliveira Baptista Exhibition.1

THE ART OF SCENT 1889 - 2014 / Círculo de Bellas Artes, Madrid / Estudio Cano / 21.11.2014 - 04.02.2015

Smells Like Art: Olfactory Art Exhibition in Madrid Explores Over 100 Years of Perfume-Making

THE ART OF SCENT 1889 - 2014 / Círculo de Bellas Artes, Madrid / Estudio Cano / 21.11.2014 - 04.02.2015

Let’s Make a Spectacle by AceTate and Studio Droog - News - Frameweb

Let's Make a Spectacle by Ace & Tate and Studio Droog

Let’s Make a Spectacle by AceTate and Studio Droog - News - Frameweb

Expect the Unexpected campaign | Client: The Burke Museum | The client needed to get the attention of students on campus but had barely the budget for a poster campaign. As our Open to Question installation was winding down, we proposed re-purposing the steel structures and simply re-skinning them with new graphics. The client was very happy to achieve maximum visual impact with minimal budget outlay | Designer: Studio Matthews

Expect the Unexpected campaign | Client: The Burke Museum | The client needed to get the attention of students on campus but had barely the budget for a poster campaign. As our Open to Question installation was winding down, we proposed re-purposing the steel structures and simply re-skinning them with new graphics. The client was very happy to achieve maximum visual impact with minimal budget outlay | Designer: Studio Matthews

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