bruketa&zinic om: visual identity of hotel lone
‘visual identity for lone hotel’ by bruketa&zinic om advertising agency all images coutesy of burketa&zinic
croatia-based architecture studio 3lhd. the graphics are based on the communal space located in the center of the complex.
the main facilities, stretching the height of the building, all branch out of the core, making it the ‘heart’ of the hotel.
the vast internal volume was studied from different angles and abstracted to create the logo.
stretch eight meters in length. the images portray the abstracted icon in its many potential interpretations,
whether it be a vase, a deer head, or a log. the strategic use of color, combined with the layering of graphic content
and technique conveys the atmosphere of the project and is a representation of the art and design present in the
eastern european community.
logo combined with visuals
examples of graphics
all the graphics used around the hotel combine to create one complete image
door handle sign
cup tops and messages incorporating logo
video by bruketa&zinic om
facade of hotel lone
info-graphics incorporated into structure
the lobby space was the inspiration for the logo and visuals
the shape volume of the ‘heart’ of the hotel
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