Client
Project Kitchens

Project scope
Brand Development
Stationery
Signage
Event Collateral
Clothing
Vehicle Livery

Client
Project Kitchens

Project scope
Brand development
Stationery
Signage
Event collateral
Clothing
Vehicle livery

Client
Project Kitchens

Project scope
Brand development
Stationery
Signage
Event graphics
Vehicle livery

Client
Project Kitchens

Project scope
Brand development
Stationery
Signage
Event collateral
Clothing
Vehicle livery

Client
Project Kitchens

Project scope
Brand Development
Stationery
Signage
Event Collateral
Clothing
Vehicle Livery

Project Kitchens is the only national contract supplier of German kitchen brands in the UK.

Their existing brand and visual identity had worked hard for a number of years, but as the business had grown and developed it didn't reflect where they were positioned in the marketplace.

Project Kitchens is the only national contract supplier of German kitchen brands in the UK.

Their existing brand and visual identity had worked hard for a number of years, but as the business had grown and developed it didn't reflect where they were positioned in the marketplace.

Project Kitchens is the only national contract supplier of German kitchen brands in the UK.

Their existing brand and visual identity had worked hard for a number of years, but as the business had grown and developed it didn't reflect where they were positioned in the marketplace.

Project Kitchens is the only national contract supplier of German kitchen brands in the UK.

Their existing brand and visual identity had worked hard for a number of years, but as the business had grown and developed it didn't reflect where they were positioned in the marketplace.

Project Kitchens is the only national contract supplier of German kitchen brands in the UK.

Their existing brand and visual identity had worked hard for a number of years, but as the business had grown and developed it didn't reflect where they were positioned in the marketplace.

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Working alongside Amanda Dagg at RedMoran, our approach was to develop the existing identity. More evolution than revolution. We retained the typographic element, albeit with some tweaking. But removed the symbol, replacing it with a simple line device derived from the plan drawings of kitchens.

This device enables the identity to be completely flexible. It allows the client to take ownership of it and is visually appropriate for the brand whilst still being rooted in the product itself.

The project to date has covered the logo and overall visual identity, stationery, printed material, event collateral, social media assets, signage, clothing, site-wear and vehicles, with full website to follow.

 

Event photography by Andy Harrison [andyharrison.com]

Working alongside Amanda Dagg at RedMoran, our approach was to develop the existing identity. More evolution than revolution. We retained the typographic element, albeit with some tweaking. But removed the symbol, replacing it with a simple line device derived from the plan drawings of kitchens.

This device enables the identity to be completely flexible. It allows the client to take ownership of it and is visually appropriate for the brand whilst still being rooted in the product itself.

The project to date has covered the logo and overall visual identity, stationery, printed material, event collateral, social media assets, signage, clothing, site-wear and vehicles, with full website to follow.

 

Event photography by Andy Harrison [andyharrison.com]

Working alongside Amanda Dagg at RedMoran, our approach was to develop the existing identity. More evolution than revolution. We retained the typographic element, albeit with some tweaking. But removed the symbol, replacing it with a simple line device derived from the plan drawings of kitchens.

This device enables the identity to be completely flexible. It allows the client to take ownership of it and is visually appropriate for the brand whilst still being rooted in the product itself.

The project to date has covered the logo and overall visual identity, stationery, printed material, event collateral, social media assets, signage, clothing, site-wear and vehicles, with full website to follow.

 

Event photography by Andy Harrison [andyharrison.com]

Working alongside Amanda Dagg at RedMoran, our approach was to develop the existing identity. More evolution than revolution. We retained the typographic element, albeit with some tweaking. But removed the symbol, replacing it with a simple line device derived from the plan drawings of kitchens.

This device enables the identity to be completely flexible. It allows the client to take ownership of it and is visually appropriate for the brand whilst still being rooted in the product itself.

The project to date has covered the logo and overall visual identity, stationery, printed material, event collateral, social media assets, signage, clothing, site-wear and vehicles, with full website to follow.

 

Event photography by Andy Harrison [andyharrison.com]

Working alongside Amanda Dagg at RedMoran, our approach was to develop the existing identity. More evolution than revolution. We retained the typographic element, albeit with some tweaking. But removed the symbol, replacing it with a simple line device derived from the plan drawings of kitchens.

This device enables the identity to be completely flexible. It allows the client to take ownership of it and is visually appropriate for the brand whilst still being rooted in the product itself.

The project to date has covered the logo and overall visual identity, stationery, printed material, event collateral, social media assets, signage, clothing, site-wear and vehicles, with full website to follow.

 

Event photography by Andy Harrison [andyharrison.com]

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