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The Night Shift

The Night Shift is the OAE (Orchestra of The Age of Enlightenment)’s long-running classical concert series targeted at audiences under the age of 35 who do not regularly attend classical music in concert halls. The series is all about making classical music easy to enjoy for a young crowd in a more relaxed environment, such as a small pub, a summer festival or an unconventional venue like the Bussey Building in Peckham. In the Night Shift events drinks are allowed, the audience can take photos, people can move around and the players talk from the stage and introduce the music they are playing. We did a fresh new identity for the website visuals, poster imagery, social media and a new logo. Our new look and feel is modern and informal, the design elements are geometric and with vibrant colours that suggest the evening mood of the concert. “Classical music, minus the rules”      
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Pastalab

Pastalab is a modern, interactive and creative pasta workshop set within a traditional country house in Tuscany. With Pastalab you learn how to make fresh artisanal pasta using two simple ingredients and traditional methods and tools. We developed the identity, icons, textures and different printed applications. The visual language is modern and approachable, we used simple and memorable shapes that recall the geometry of pasta shapes.The logo uses a modern and elegant typeface with a little twist, the central A of the logotype is in fact made of a spaghetto/noodle, one of the iconic forms of the italian pasta. Craftsmanship comes through in the graphic applications: we produced bespoke aprons and tote bags using screen printing.
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Symphony – European Project

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Milk and dairy products can be contaminated by several contaminants, including aflatoxin M1, a potent carcinogen. The aflatoxin contamination represents a hazard for human health and an economic loss for the dairy industry. The solutions developed by Symphony project  aim to overcome the limitations of the available technology for aflatoxin detection, which fails to provide timely identification of the carcinogen and cost-effective management of contaminated milk. Together with Linda Toigo we realised this animation to explain the aim and the process of the project. SYMPHONY: Integrated SYsteM based on PHOtonic Microresonators and Microfluidic Components for rapid detectioN of toxins in milk and dairY products
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LCN identity

London Creative Network (LCN) is a new London-wide development programme for creative practitioners with a focus on innovative technologies or processes, delivered by SPACE, Cockpit Arts, Four Corners and Photofusion. We have been selected to design the identity alongside the template for their newsletter and digital presentations. We transformed the acronym in a logo where the letters are incomplete and have differing patterns to suggest the fact that the programme is made by complementary parts (such as the participants, the teachers, the mentors and others) that complete and fulfill each other. The logo comprises of letter shapes and patterns that have been used as brand elements for the newsletter and the powerpoint template.
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Lucio Vanotti

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Lucio Vanotti, guest designer for Giorgio Armani at Men’s AW 2016 Milan Fashion Week commissioned us to redesign his website. Our layout was adapted according to device and screen size. The website is fully content management system driven. We adapted Lucio Vanotti’s minimal style to the site design, leaving space and reducing the branding and navigation to bare essentials.
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Capucci website

In connection with the overall identity we designed a fully content management system driven website for Capucci. It also automatically adapts its layout according to device and screen size. The site is designed to mirror the elegance and modernity of Capucci’s collection.
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COSBI website

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COSBI is a bioinformatics research centre active since 2005 as a result of an agreement signed between the University of Trento and Microsoft Research. It operates in the computational systems biology area applied to nutrition and pharmacology. We have collaborated with the centre since 2010 on a series of projects, including the website. Our design features a fresh colour palette and simple illustrations.
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jacqueline ross

In 2014 we created the visual identity of the violinist Jacqueline Ross. Born in New York, she began her studies at the Juilliard School (NY); she then furthered her studies in contemporary music and baroque violin. Her solo recordings have met with wide critical acclaim. We designed a bespoke typeface for the logo, with the letter “S” taking inspiration from the f-holes of the violin. The dot of the logotype is a recurrent element in the overall identity, used as a bullet point in the stationery as well as the basic component of the dotted icons.  In addition to the identity we designed the website, which reflects the simplicity and elegance of the brand. It is fully responsive and easy to navigate. It comprises of a full album catalogue, individual CD pages with descriptions, reviews with audio extracts and a downloadable press kit. >
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Nahe website

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Part of the NAHE identity work was the design for the website. The website has a similar approach to the print and brand material. In every page the logo works as a stamp, overlapping on the images and contents. The design is minimal and elegant, reflecting the contemporary look of NAHE clothing.
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