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  1. Pago —

    Defining a new level of luxury for the Fleurieu Peninsula, Págo Middleton is the brain child of entrepreneurial couple Rose Kentish and Sam Harrison. Embarking on a three year grand design and restoration of horse stables that sat unused on the grounds of the iconic Mill at Middleton, Rose engaged long term friend and interior…

  2. 2KW Restaurant & Bar —

    Featuring a critically acclaimed kitchen and world-class interiors, all perched atop an iconic Adelaide building with 180-degree views, 2KW Bar and Restaurant is one of Adelaide’s greatest destinations. This is an accolade only achievable with the help of good design. Consistency and cohesion are always key, but particularly the case here. To ensure our branding…

  3. Tarnanthi —

    South Australia’s annual festival of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander art is a landmark festival in Australia. The only festival of its kind in Australia, the festival has quickly become a focal point on the arts calendar. Named Tarnanthi, pronounced tar-nan-dee, the word is Kaurna meaning, to come forth or appear – like the…

  4. Adelaide Botanic High School —

    Adelaide Botanic High School is the first completely new public high school to be established in South Australia in almost 40 years. Unbound by history it is the first time a South Australian school has fully considered its ‘brand’ from it’s very inception. The identity sought to unite traditional motifs of education with a sense…

  5. PACT Architects —

    The branding of PACT architects marks a new beginning for its four directors. The four heads of the studio had taken over ownership from their former employer and felt it appropriate to apply their collaborative philosophy to the brand. The name PACT refers to the idea of a promise—the covenant between the four equal partners…

  6. Burke Urban —

    Boutique property developer, Burke Urban, create environments that grow and prosper. Surprisingly, this narrative was somewhat absent from their existing brand. A brand that was tired and dated, we looked to evolve the brand into one that reflected the innovative and contemporary approach and beliefs they apply to their projects and communities they help develop….

  7. MABE —

    At MABE hair salon, the focus is on technique and attention to detail. With a love for design and high fashion, the MABE guys were wanting something that broke the status quo of hair salon branding and pushed them into an area that was somewhat unexpected. Inspiration came from fashion graphics. Imagery and content overlap…

  8. Deck Dock —

    Designed in Australia, sold the world over, Deck Dock is a discreet wall-mount system used to display skateboards. A functional product in need of functional design. We developed branding, packaging, stationery and a website under a utilitarian visual style. Bold graphics, neon inks – not a trace of stereotypical skateboarding aesthetics. Because the style of…

  9. Shaw and Smith —

    Well known. Well loved. Extremely well regarded. Shaw and Smith wine is an Adelaide Hills icon and needed a website to match. We took inspiration from the winemakers behind the label and the cool climate of the vineyard. The landscapes, architecture and meticulous methodology became the heroes of the site, and new images gave the…