Thank you again for great work, very responsive and creative
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April was wonderful! I had alot of questions and adjustments I requested and she was wonderful making my companies dream come to life and her vision for our brand and image was spot on! I will definitely be working with her again as my company grows and we need more options.
Maikis provided many options of logos and layout. They all centred around a common theme so it was easier to filter and give feedback. Response to messaging was quick and the winning logo was a dark horse which came from behind to overtake another designer during the 2nd stage. Really impressed with the 99d model, you feel constantly involved with the designers and very much part of the process.
- Marco Sechi
professional, helpful and kind
- alessandra g
How matthew.frat started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
TenHouse Building Workshop
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Does: Architectural design, Custom homes, Passive house (please do a quick search!), Energy efficiency, Health and quality, Renovations
Audience: Home builders/contractors, Home Owners, Developers
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
like how the text becomes an object and that it is simple/clean. dont like the font very much.
love the house shape and the coloring pattern. i like the bold/unbolded text combo. this is my favorite one along with the 'Elements' logo.
text into an object again is cool. 3D feel in a 2D logo is cool.
Geometric coloring over lap is nice. text variation is nice.
Really cool geometric letter. Text variation is good. Adding some colour could be very interesting. the tilt makes it seem a little playful which is a nice subtle touch. This is my favorite one along with the 'Heritage' logo.
Negative and positive space playing is good. looks like the sun is hitting the building which i like. Dont like the cursive text or the overall establishment stamp look.
Good geometric playing here. Light playing off the geometric angles give some nice depth - i like that.
Simple geometry overlapping which looks like buildings is cool. could combine with lettering of TenHouse.
3D depth and text variation is good.
Line overlap to break up colouring is good. subtle house included.
Sacred geometry guide here is amazing. i started trying to play with a logo like this and almost went crazy lol i just like the top part with the geometry guides. really neat for me to incorporate into my logo as its based around the ten books of architecture 'TenHouse'. these ten books talk about geometry and ratios etc. would really love to include this although it seems tough...
Simple and clean. Line overlaps are neat. subtle house shape with coloring for windows etc is good
I love frank lloyd Wright - stained glass and colours/geometries in his logos/typography.
Really like the idea of incorporating a abstract but simple house into some typography initials (see attached). Also some sunshine and resulting shadow, golden sun, reddish shadows - sharp, geometric portrayal of sun/shadows.
The ‘x’ is interesting for 10 as a Roman numeral (see attached). Any other play on 10 for ‘TenHouse’ could be interesting. Other initials would be ThBW.
I expect people to just call me TenHouse.
I envision the geometric letters with a abstract house included with sun/shadow coloring and the text ‘TenHouse Building Workshop’ stacked beside or below.
I’m open to typography, something similar to frank Lloyd Wright text might be good or something with a ‘handrawn feel’. Maybe playing with the negative and positive space - like ‘TenHouse’ is white with black perimeter and ‘building workshop’ is all black. Maybe a little color splashes through the text. Light, soft, sun washed colors would be good.