USINE / BRANDING & PACKAGING

Based in the old spaces of a sausage factory but lost to the confined cubicles of the Swedish IRS, internationally renowned interior Designer and Architect Richard Lindvall elegantly brought the space back to its prior form.
With almost 50 tonnes of concrete and exposed, raw materials and textures, the space deserved the old French word Usine, meaning mill or factory.

As an homage to minimalistic typography, cubism and the old Bauhaus school, the identity was based on one single typeface in two widths throughout the six sections: Bistro 38, Poche 36, Gallery, Take Away, Conference and Bar.

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Interior Designer: Richard Lindvall