BrandCulture’s Creative Director, Stephen Minning talks to InDesign about Corporate identity and branded environments and as said by Ola Bednarczuk (Editor) – “Digging in and finding that magic” is one of the ways Stephen Minning describes the work of his company. Read the full article here.
Here is update as to what has been happening with BrandCulture over the past few months.
Braun Publishers (Switzerland) are publishing ‘Signage Design’ this November and are including 4 of BrandCulture’s to University of Technology, World square car park, Sydney Water and George Weston foods projects to be included.
UTS new collaborative space in the main tower is about to get a fresh new look after Hames Sharley have created 2 new lab spaces and a collaborative central atrium space below the glowing neon balls in tower 4.
CBAs new offices (Financial review article) at darling harbor incorporates a flagship branch at street level, BrandCulture have designed the feature installation in collaboration with Davenport Campbell and the CBA team to be installed for the opening in early September. BrandCulture have also been awarded the St James branch to create a separate feature installation later in the year.
Australian Human Right Commission moves into a new headquarters designed by Woodhead
on Pitt Street in Sydney’s CBD and we are branding the environment with the universal declaration of human rights across 3 floors. Office of the Australian Information Commissioner have a new office as a sub tenant if the AHRC and have decided on a design that reflects their interwoven culture and integrated approach to communications and information.
MLC Campus in North Sydney, in the 50s it was a defining piece of architecture, in 2002 the interiors were a benchmark of office environments, now Woods Bagot and BrandCulture are collaborating once again on the new latest and greatest development to the building.
More to come, so keep checking……