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Katharine Hepburn once said that there is no great mystery to acting: “Learn your lines and show up on time”. Yet, her words summon up at least two important things: a conscience that you’re working with someone, for someone, and therefore must obey orders and rules, and, inherently, a strong work ethics. This … Read More
Katharine Hepburn once said that there is no great mystery to acting: “Learn your lines and show up on time”. Yet, her words summon up at least two important things: a conscience that you’re working with someone, for someone, and therefore must obey orders and rules, and, inherently, a strong work ethics. This is how Flatland positions itself. Born of a combined will to move away from generic communication jammed with common-places, Flatland turns the focus on the customer, individualizing its needs and purposes through dialogue and cooperation.

We wish to inform adequately as much as we aim to create. Proximity, flexibility and swiftness could broadly describe us. The skill and character we invest into our work allows us to dedicatedly “learn the lines” and to always “show up on time”. Read Less
Flatland Design was born in 2005, created by Paulo Freitas and Sofia Gonçalves, both former students at the Faculdade de Belas Artes de Lisboa. After graduating, they began their professional activities as graphic designers both freelancing and working in ateliers.

Aside from managing and developing Flatland’s ever… Read More
Flatland Design was born in 2005, created by Paulo Freitas and Sofia Gonçalves, both former students at the Faculdade de Belas Artes de Lisboa. After graduating, they began their professional activities as graphic designers both freelancing and working in ateliers.

Aside from managing and developing Flatland’s everyday work, they search for new work methods and creative strategies in projects involving other designers, architects and plastic artists. Read Less
APRH, The Portuguese Association for Hydric Resources
Arte Assinada, Design and Interior Decoration (Lisbon)
Atelier de Santos, Architects (Lisbon)
Lisbon City Hall
House of Velázquez (Madrid)
Extremaduran and Latin American Museum of Contemporary Art (Badajoz)
Head Offices for the Conservation of Nature (Azores)
Li… Read More
APRH, The Portuguese Association for Hydric Resources
Arte Assinada, Design and Interior Decoration (Lisbon)
Atelier de Santos, Architects (Lisbon)
Lisbon City Hall
House of Velázquez (Madrid)
Extremaduran and Latin American Museum of Contemporary Art (Badajoz)
Head Offices for the Conservation of Nature (Azores)
Lisbon School of Arts and Technologies
Experimenta, Association for the Promotion of Design and Project Culture (Lisbon)
The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
Gaia, Hatha Yoga Centre (Lisbon)
IDT, The Institute for Drugs and Drug Addiction (Lisbon)
Leonardo da Vinci Institute (Lisbon)
IPPAR, The Portuguese Institute for Architectural Patrimony (Lisbon)
Jorge Santos, artist
NModels, modelling School (Silves)
Nuno Cera, artist/photographer
Os Montanheiros, speleological exploration association (Azores)
Produções Fictícias, scripwriters (Lisbon)
Roche (Drug Regulatory Affairs Department)
Rose Alexander Group
Workmedia Comunicações, communication agency (Lisbon) Read Less
Member Since: Sep 17, 2012