Used in architecture, Italian term ‘Bifora’ stands for mullioned window. Since this luxury apartment for … Read More
Visual identity & Branding
Used in architecture, Italian term ‘Bifora’ stands for mullioned window. Since this luxury apartment for rent, located in the center of town Hvar on the Island Hvar in Croatia actually features first mullioned window in the whole area, it was pretty logical to simply brand it ‘Bifora’.
The idea for logotype was then derived from the first letter B turned for 90 degrees anticlockwise so that it really looks like mullioned window (bifora). Work got merit award at HII brands award.
Željka Županić, Art director, Designer
Marko Bjedov, web designer
Ivana Štrukelj, senior copywriter
Ana Skender, junior copywriter
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