Epicuria Architects has dedicated its work for over 20 years to places of study and knowledge.
Building together : a team portrait that looks like a cena featuring a game between the individual members of the Epicuria team.
The visual identity revolves around a singular monogram that allows us to adopt a minimal global graphic language.
We drew our inspiration from classic monumental typography. Playing with the particle of the name, the disappearance of the initials brings a lightness of being.
Studio Saint Pierre creates and produces unique artisan design surfaces for interior design.
In order to build a new business in a highly competitive metal market, the studio needed a clear positioning and a striking visual identity.
Frontline studio was commissioned to design a new visual identity and a striking website.
Photographing metal, we wanted to “dive” into the texture. This approach makes the samples as precious as jewelry and transforms them to a contemplative landscape.
UX + Web design, Photography, Graphics
The best stonemason workshop in Europe, famous for its technical mastery and unique industrial tools, decided to reposition itself by creating a new name and new visual identity.
We have been missioned to create the brand and to develop its identity through all communication canals: website, social media, brochure, catalogues, media…
Successful collaboration during several years where we established Heres on international professional market.
An appealing baseline to enter the world of Hérès.
A feeling of majesty and sovereignty. For the website we used a classical language: symmetrical, centered, with beautiful dropcaps like in an old book.
We choose to draw from the tradition of a classical architecture using the drawing of Trianon palace in Versailles.
In order to communicate with professionals and promoters, we created several brochures explaining and simplifying the complex technical process of Heres mastery.
Frontline Studio showcases the best craftsmen in the world of decoration. Tapestry workshops Philippe Coudray, a major player in the French interior scene, entrusted us with the creation of his website.
Philippe Coudray is a lover of beautiful fabrics and sophisticated classical tapestry techniques. His colorful personality is translated with a contrasted graphic language, a strong brutalist typeface in a world of softness.
Like trimmings that would dress up a window decoration, a lace ribbon runs through the entire website. Rods with tiebacks punctuate the titles of the different sections.
Throughout the website, we opposed to this baroque world, a strong and brutalist kind of typeface. The font is imposing, thus creating a beautiful dynamic as well as a spectacular visual effect.
The French glass workshop Glassdebourg is an unique expert in production and installation of interior glass in hotels.
Specialized in custom made, the workshop signes beautiful projects with some of the most interesting designers nowadays: Dimore Studio, Tristan Auer, François Champsaur, Sarah Lavoine, Ora Ito…
The design treatment is pure and minimal, very composed, as sharp as glass.
For a greater visual impact, we have customized the font in view to reinforce the very graphic atmosphere.