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Dalman Architects is one of Christchurch’s most respected architecture firms and wanted to make the most of a studio relocation to undertake a full rebrand. In a first instance, we worked closely with Richard Dalman and the team to understand the firm’s 20 year history: where it has come from and where it wants to be going. His instructions to us were to create a brand identity which is bold, stands out and represents the many facets of Dalman’s work.
Frasers Property are a large scale, environmentally aware property development firm specialising in the residential and commercial sector in Australia. With further developments under way, they saw an opportunity to offer a new service to their new tenants by way of supplying their energy needs with a cheaper, greener and simpler solution than the four major providers.
Bondi Junction’s sustainability plan is part of Waverley Council’s 10 year environmental strategy, with a committed budget, strong vision and ambitious targets for their organisation and the local community on key environmental issues. The brief was to communicate and engage with a broad audience on their ‘big picture’ for a more sustainable Bondi Junction. Our challenge was to simplify the content, making the proposed outcome clear to the various stakeholders.
At Strategy Creative, the knight from the game of chess is our brand symbol. The most strategic of all pieces, the knight requires deep thinking and forward planning. This year we collaborated with one of our clients to create two beers inspired by the traditions of christmas – a milk & cookie stout and a christmas mince pie red ale.
The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) are tasked with protecting New Zealander’s way of life. This means they regulate industry and provide robust, objective decisions on environmental matters. From cleaning products to transport, food and utilities; the guidance they provide has a significant impact on the daily life of millions of Kiwis.