This is a signage system designed for the "Lu One" high-end villa residence. The villa is located in Luzhou (Anhui, China) and is known as "a villa in the forest". The Wayfinding Signage combines map and pointing functions to reduce the number of landing signs. The overall color and material are unified and integrated into the architectural landscape. The font design of the building number and the door number uses the design style of the "Lu One"logo, enhancing the overall consistency.
The proposal use three concepts to rebuild the CI system for Yong-An Fishing Port. The first is a new logo creating with specific visual material extracted from cultural characteristics of the Hakka community. Next step is a reinvestigation of entertainment experience, then create two mascot characters representing and let them appear in new attractions for guiding tourist into the port. Last but not least, planing nine spots inside, surrounding with entertainment activities and delicious cuisines.
Miltos proposes a Tree to Bar chocolate which goes one step further from Bean to Bar. Yuta Takahashi was inspired by the brand philosophy that maximizes the scent of cacao and formed the identity of "perfume-like chocolate". The package expresses the aroma of cacao by the texture of silk fabric. Chocolate in the form of the motif of the brand's initial letter "M" has a step, so they can enjoy a gorgeous aroma and rich mouth melting. The book shaped case make they feel the brand story. He have built a unified world view from package to the online store.
Han-kkeut is a brand developed by the collaboration of students and teachers. Under the brand objective of “all-in-one connection in learning,” Han-kkeut strives to research concepts required for learning and provide guidance that connects students with their teachers. The cover graphic symbolizes Han-kkeut with a stroke emanating from the brand identity image to express a sense of ascension. This is implemented on all Han-kkeut books to generate a unique visual feature.
The cover design expresses the perspective of viewing history to show that studying history can be made easier. For middle school, the two textbooks were configured with the same layout to depict the experience of feeling history in a relaxing way. The cover design of the high school textbook aims to deliver an image of the modern student being connected to different eras in the same space. The simple diamond-shaped graphic and font in the center express the subject name, keeping the history textbooks’ identity consistent.
The research and exploration process led to a rich identity inspired by the basic shapes of ancient Egyptian alphabets. Hieroglyphs in the logotype and the signage system were used to invoke the ancient Egyptian culture and style. A logo was created using five hieroglyphs that read Egypt; were combined together to create this geometrical yet simple look and feel. The elongated rectangular shape is inspired by the cartouche; a frame indicating that the text enclosed is a royal name. Black is the primary color. The secondary colors were inspired by colorful ancient Egyptian jewelry design.