Eight Hour Day: Engler Studio Identity

I spotted this project over on Allan’s blog yesterday and immediately knew I had to share here as well. I’m a huge fan of Eight Hour Day’s work, and this new identity system they developed fro Engler Studio, an interior design firm, is no exception. Everything about the concept and design is right up my alley. Here’s what EHD has to say about the project:

We wanted to create a brand for Engler Studio that embraced its interior design skills, as well as its individual design personality. The main element of the brand is a graphic combination of patterns that overlap each other; they represent the images and colors you might find on an interior designer’s inspiration board, and also refer to the play of patterns, colors, light and shadows in a beautifully designed room. The patterns can be assembled in various combinations, depending on mood, usage, and need. The end result: a system that speaks to classic design and an innovative aesthetic.

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via Allan Peters

3 Comments

  1. John | Diseño web Sevilla says:

    Great patterns!
  2. GRD246 Graphic Design II: Portfolios | HCC Graphic Design says:

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  3. Ben Weeks says:

    I love this project!
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