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October 9, 2014

BrandCulture were excited this week when researching ‘Immersive Moments’ to stumble across a true sensory-challenging space for a retail experience located in Shanghai. Digital designers HUSH and architects Marc Thorpe Design approached this project by integrating the physical space and digital content together to create an all-encompassing experience for Under Armour’s customers. The retail space contains a light tunnel entrance followed by an amplified [...]

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Blaze & Chill

October 2, 2014

We are always on the lookout for that something a little different for our projects. When our client first briefed us on their brand principles; ‘Colour, Angularity and Energy’ it reminded one of our team members of an installation he saw in San Francisco whilst passing through the new terminal. We researched and found Dichroic [...]

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BrandCulture enjoys “Lunch & Learn” on a regular basis where we get to meet suppliers and understand all the new cool things that could be useful to us and our clients’ projects. This month we met with Ben from Axolotl, an interesting company who really know how to push the boundaries of production techniques. We [...]

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Cascading Words

September 18, 2014

  The work BIT.FALL is created by German artist Julius Popp turns water into a bearer of information. A computerised control system converts drops of water into a curtain of moving graphics, so that the falling droplets form typography for a brief moment before dissolving as they continue to fall. The “cascading waterfall” uses an underlying digital [...]

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  This week we saw the launch of the new iPhone 6 and Apple Watch which were both very exciting, but one video they showed at their keynote really caught our eyes, is a video called “Perspective”. While tricking our eyes by playing with perspective in the environment may not be a new concept – [...]

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Brandculture believe in bringing brands to life, and this is exactly what Adidas has done for their Research and Product Design Centre in Germany. Adidas, with the help of design agency Büro Uebele Visuelle Kommunikation, utilises their office environment as an extension of their brand through the architectural features, environmental graphics, and wayfinding design, inside the [...]

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Nothing is Impossible

August 21, 2014

Branded Environments are moving with the times and are taking advantage of the affordability and flexibility of the latest technologies. A great example is what Nike has created in Shanghai, China for their Nike RISE campaign. The ’House of Mamba’ features a floor inlaid with LED’s and motion sensors to track and visualise player movements. This technology allows it [...]

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…easy as 1 2 3

August 14, 2014

Can a solid sculpture change shape? Well, this one, entitled Threshold by British artist James Hopkins for the Florentinium commercial offices development in Prague, effectively does! As you move around, it will appear to morph from 1, to 2, to 3. Or could it be a countdown? Either way, it is a fun, captivating visual trick [...]

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It’s that time of the year again! SEGD, The Society of Experiential Graphic Design, are holding their annual conference in Atlanta on June 5-7th, themed – CONVERGENCE, Crossing Lines. Our MD Stephen Minning Attended last years ‘Above the Fog’ conference in San Francisco which was a huge success and helped raise both the industry standards, [...]

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BrandCulture was very excited to be given the opportunity to design an installation for the West End of Chatswood Chase Shopping Centre. The installation would activate the area by creating a new experience for shoppers. Two giant light-boxes, displaying messages, beautiful visions and motion videos of seasonal graphics with ‘Life is’ 3D oversized letters, sitting [...]

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The MLC brand heritage experience is a journey through the campus building down (or up) the 12 storey glass encased stairwell cut through the middle of the floor plate of this defining piece of architecture. This piece of architecture from 1956 was updated in 2000 to encourage vertical integration and now activity based working principles… [...]

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Today marks a bold step forward for SEGD – the society of leading design professionals at the cutting edge of communications in the built environment… if you are ‘in the know’ then Environmental Graphic Design (EGD) is a common term to describe our profession but there has been confusion when using this term in general… most [...]

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Putting UTS on the Map

September 11, 2013

 Images © University of Technology, Sydney. If you are considering going to Uni (or back to Uni); then look towards The University of Technology, Sydney. The new Gateway to Sydney development is a combination of building works at UTS and Central Park, and promises to be a monumental upgrade to Sydney’s Southern CBD. Seriously, check it [...]

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Remember the time?

July 25, 2013

Can you remember the moments in your past that have helped shape your future? Or the times that were special only to you and were never shared?  The Heritage Awards offer unique opportunity to showcase the work of individuals, community groups, government departments and corporations who have completed projects promoting the conservation of Australia’s built, [...]

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  It’s no secret here at BrandCulture that we love what we do and thrive on a challenge! Like all our great design jobs there’s always a method to the madness. Our portfolio section showcases all our well considered environments, branding and wayfinding projects however you only get a glimpse of the final product. The [...]

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Graphic Design + Architecture: A 20th-Century History, by Richard Poulin is an engaging read and an essential tool in understanding the relationship between the two unique yet very connected disciplines. In short the book is the first historical overview of twentieth-century graphic design in the built environment. It explores the in-depth relationship between typography, image, symbolism, [...]

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A professional walks into an office and thinks, “This is somewhere I want to work”, instead of “oh well, this is somewhere I have to work”. They got the job and after a couple of months they’re really enjoying everyday in their new found office; becoming increasingly aware of the history, values and vision for [...]

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Are You Going to San Francisco? When our MD, Stephen Minning returned from his recent Society of Environmental Graphic Design (SEGD) Board of Directors meeting in San Francisco, he felt a sense of pride being part of such an inspirational group of people at the forefront of this innovative and cutting edge medium. We are already planning [...]

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  A message to all; Architects, Graphic, Interior & Retail Designers, Industrial & Digital Designers, Branding & Experience Consultants, Fabrication & Production Specialists and Design Educators… SEGD – THE GLOBAL COMMUNITY OF PEOPLE, WORKING AT THE INTERSECTION OF COMMUNICATION DESIGN & THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT…  ARE TURNING 40! YOU MAY ASK – WHO ARE SEGD? SEGD [...]

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Walk the Talk…

December 17, 2012

We’ve been exceptionally busy of late, alongside our commitments to our clients we’ve overhauled our brand, values and vision to deliver a comprehensive, professional and inspiring offer… we hope you non prescription cialis will b inspired. Most importantly, we have strived to align our online presence with who we are as an organisation and the services we [...]

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A Timely Investment

November 26, 2012

  BrandCulture has had great pleasure in developing heritage works for some of Australia’s leading brands, either as a stand-alone commission or as part of an integrated environmental graphic design project. We have been uniquely positioned (with our deep experience in branding, environments and wayfinding) to uncover, create and deliver both sensitive and inspiring results. [...]

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BrandCulture’s Managing Director, Stephen Minning was selected to be on the judging panel for this years Wayfinding category in the Sydney Design Awards 2012. Stephen will join a panel of influential and highly recognised elite industry experts, to apraise the designs which will show diversity and culture of the Sydney design industry. Following the success cialis 20mg of [...]

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Oranges and Apples

September 21, 2012

Some of the BC team were fortunate enough to attend the buy cialis latest AGDA NSW talk last week by Damian Borchok, CEO Interbrand Australia and New Zealand. A full house clearly filled with Sydney’s design industry leaders expectant to hear how arguably one of the regions most progressive studio’s is run. It proved both [...]

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We all know the loyalty of mans best friend. Should you take care of your dog it will follow you to the end of the earth and back. They learn from us and we learn from them, they do what we ask (most of the time) and we comply with their requests for food and [...]

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We are happy to announce another SEGD award win 2012 for our wonderful design project Sydney Water – Potts Hill.  Among 387 entries, only 10 viagra online were selected for Merit recognition, we were one of them. Judges Comments “This project reminds us of the role that civic institutions play in creating community. By referencing [...]

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Last night BrandCulture were participating in the inaugural DMI Nightout Sydney, one of 12 events organised in cities around the order viagra online world this month. Gathered for a relaxed evening at COFA were senior representatives from a broad spectrum of design including architects, product designers, graphic designers, academics and more. The evening delivered insights, [...]

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The above image is the founding members of the Justice League, an organization comprised of the world’s most powerful super-heroes dedicated to fighting crime and injustice! Sure super hero stories are aimed at guiding our youth, but they contain the core beliefs and values that make the world a better place. So what’s the protocol [...]

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Manipulated image referenced above is a Tex Avery illustration (he made Little Red Riding hood sexy, think of  ’Who Framed Roger Rabbit’) It’s time to re-evaluate the status quo, time to tap into our roots and discover what it really means to design…So the destructive process of planned obsolescence isn’t really getting us anywhere (see [...]

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Lego sculpture by Nathan Sawaya Planned Obsolescence and perceived obsolescence…? Either of these terms ring a bell? When was the last time you bought a product knowing full well it was built to last, so sure of your purchase that you chose it with the belief you’d be able to hand it over to your [...]

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Earth Hour

March 23, 2012

It’s getting close to that time of year again, when BrandCulture and the world unite for a good cause. Earth hour is upon us, 8:30pm Saturday the 31st of March 2012. We take this event seriously and have since its launch in 2007, we switch off the lights, computers, servers, printers… everything on weekends when [...]

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Our MD, Stephen Minning went to see how Coleman were progressing with the production on our next big project (we can’t reveal who it’s for just yet!). BrandCulture have devised an innovative solution using Lumisty, a 3 layered film which has never been used this way before, specially imported from Japan. Originally developed for privacy [...]

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Our View Point

October 18, 2011

BrandCulture has recently completed an installation design at Commbank Place at Darling Harbour that has roots influenced by the Swiss artist Falice Varini. The key messaging for Commonwealth Bank was to welcome the cus tomer into their new branch and to display one of the most recognisable and trusted brandmarks in the Country to their [...]

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Gordon Eckel and Stephen Minning went along to the Kit Cuttle talk  (RETHINKING LIGHTING) at the Australian Institute of Architects. How do humans really perceive light and spaces? Kit Cuttle proposes a fundamental rethink of how lighting should be assessed and designed so human response, visual cheap cialis online clarity and assimilation with architecture are considered [...]

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Cubic Group's HQ

August 2, 2011

A word from Alex B, one of our designers. A follow on from our June Cubic post. Here it is! The Cubic Group head office in Newington had the BrandCulture treatment! We’re all pretty excited as to how this project has come up and wanted to share it with you, our followers… The concept behind this [...]

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Over the years BrandCulture has taken COFA students during their professional experience componenet of their Bachelor of Design degree.  Earlier this week Stephen Minning, Creative Director of BrandCulture was advising the panel on the commercial realisation relative to the students that are coming out of COFA. viagra online pharmacy The panel comprised of various Academics [...]

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Cubic Group Installation – Interior Fit-outs, Refurbishments, Construction Management. Following on from our Vector Graphics and Anamorphisis post back in February, Cubic Group’s new environmental branding is now finalised and installed.   We took some of their key projects and applied them to the glass walls of their offices and meeting rooms. Each room has a [...]

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Vivid Sydney

June 6, 2011

Following on from last week’s post on the Forgotten Sydney Opera Houseby the late Bill Lambert, some of our team went down to check out the Vivid Lights at the Opera House, which are now in full swing here in wonderful Sydney. Stephen Pavlovic, the creator of this year’s Vivid Live and founder of Australian independent [...]

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Like many forward-thinking businesses, we at BrandCulture are committed to sustainable design, and a greener future involving environmental graphics. We take pride in offering sustainable designs and have green polices in place in our work environment. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Mxjbip6y04 As we continue to work and collaborate with top architectural companies and developers, incorporating greener ideas, we are [...]

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Glass graphics and Environmental Branding are becoming increasingly popular within corporate and retail cultures. Utilising the latest in printable materials BrandCulture create designer screen graphics and glass graphics, perfect for office environments. Our designs are bespoke to each project. As shown above in the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry project, glass graphics featuring monochromatic [...]

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Every modern office has a breakout space, in this instance it was an area adjacent to the main work area divided by order cialis online a half height glass wall. Objective – to make it inviting and inspiring, whilst keeping audible noise between the spaces to a minimum. We approached the project from both angles; [...]

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Branded Graphics

February 22, 2011

BrandCulture were recently included in this months InDesign Magazine, issue 44 which featured a 4 page spread on the 8000 Sq Meter Sydney Water Potts Hill project designed by Bates Smart Architects and built by Brookfield Multiplex. The branded graphics we created, interpreted some of the historic aspects to the site, where Sydney Water has history stretching [...]

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A love for Fonts…..

February 8, 2011

Late one evening, one of our wonderful designers was trawling the interweb for a new font for a couple of identity projects he was working on (George Weston Foods and The Red Palace) when he stumbled upon this gem of a website, www.ilovetypography.com.  It’s an amazing resource for all things font related; whether you’re looking [...]

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Glass House Sculpture

February 4, 2011

A member of our design team, Alex Baldock came across New York artist Tom Fruin’s outdoor sculpture ‘Kolonihavehus’ situated in the plaza of the Royal Danish Library in Copenhagen. The “Kolonihave” concept started at the end of the 19th Century. The first houses were literally sheds that provided temporary shelter. Year after year the owners decorated, painted and [...]

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Wall Murals

February 3, 2011

Wall murals can be used to great effect in offices, retail complexes and leisure/hotel environments. They change the mood of a space dramatically through the use of images, colour and wording. Depending on what you would like the viewer to think, wall murals are probably the most effective way of creating a positive emotional response [...]

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String Art Installation

January 19, 2011

usa online pharmacy BrandCulture has just finished an installation piece at George Weston Foods head office in North Ryde and were inspired by this amazing artist – Gabriel Dawe. By working with thread and textiles, his work has evolved into creating large-scale installations and environments that deal with notions of social constructions and their relation [...]

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