Blend Architects is a multidisciplinary agency providing durable and surprising solutions to their clients’ needs. In an ever changing society of attractive imagery and new techniques, architecture works as an anti-movement, bringing back meaning and sense to objects and spaces in the long run.
Visual Design, Stationary Design, Print Design, Online Branding, Webdesign, Website, Branding, Art Direction, Branding & Identity, Logo Design
The spaces they create are an answer to the way people like to live, work, play and just be. Blend tries to emanate a self-evident feel in their designs with well-thought-out ideas as foundation.
The timeless and clear visual identity translates their vision on architecture perfectly. The entire identity is based on a strong grid-system, which follows the form and function of the medium. The logo itself is surprising and recognizable wordmark where every letter was meticulously designed.
Their portfolio of completed projects is displayed in a website that seamlessly mixes the identity with strong architectural imagery. It’s built with a keen eye for detail and always with the user in mind.
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“We make. Succeeded in translating our vision on architecture in a beautiful graphic and functional concept. It was a very fun and thoughtful collaboration.”
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