Who are you?
We are a landscape architecture firm based in Vancouver British Columbia, you can view our website @ www.space2place.com - Our existing logo is in the banner image.
We specialize in contemporary design focusing primarily on public places such as parks, trails, and youth oriented play areas. In addition some of our work (approx 30%) is high end residential landscapes.
Sustainability is an important component of all of our projects.
Our name implies the transformation of spaces into places. Where a space is considered empty, and uninteresting. A place has character, comfortable for people, and is dynamic.
Some words that we associate with our work include: transform, creative, timeless, innovative, collaborative, professional
Most people associate landscape architects with planting. While this is an important part of our work some other inportant aspects include: human movement, site planning, public consultation, site analysis, and hardscape (concrete, metalwork, paving, etc) design.
We are a small studio with 8 employees and we have been in business for 9 years.
What do you need?
We require a new logo for our company. Our old logo does not reproduce well in some cases. We are currently reformatting our promotional material and we feel it is a good time to refresh our identity.
We get a lot of referrals through our website. So the logo must work for the web as well as for print at a variety of scales. We also will use the logo on titleblocks of our drawings which are printed in Black and White. So the logo can include colour, but it should also work in black and white.
Who Is Your Audience?
Our primary audience is municipal employees and architects. Our secondary audience are our residential clients.
It is also important that our identity appeals to students so we are able to attract to talent.
We Like These Examples
We don't have any specific examples.
We Absolutely Must Have
Our company is spelled as one work - space2place. We have been spelling it all lowercase, though we are flexible on this. Also the logo could stand on its own and not be a word mark.
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