ARCHITECTURE Firm Needs Crisp, Sleek & Simple NEW LOGO DESIGN

TWA

$375 paid

154 custom designs

54 pre-qualified designers.

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Winning design #141 by tsalida, Logo Design for ARCHITECTURE Firm Needs      Crisp, Sleek & Simple       NEW LOGO DESIGN Contest
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designed by tsalida

Project description

We are looking for a professional logo that is simple, graphic and iconic. We are designers and want the logo to emphasize this facet of our business. It is important that the logo be sleek and modern but with a reference to tradition. We want to avoid using images that are clichés of architecture such as roof shapes, columns, etc. The logo will be used on a variety of medium such as BW drawings, letterheads, renderings, photographs, color presentation drawings, marketing information and business cards. The logo needs to be unique, striking, exciting and something we can use to emphasize and expand our brand. The logo needs to incorporate the business name, Thomas Weems Archtiect. The logo can be based on a creative use of font styles or a stand alone symbol. The symbol could be font based, shape or hand stroke but no pointless clipart or cliché architecture / drafting images. The logo needs be legible and recognizable keeping in mind that it will be used in a variety of mediums.

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Comments

  • it's not allowed to use colored background unless requested by contest holder! please read: http://www.designcontest.com/help/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/49/20/what-can-i-not-use-on-my-designs
  • TWA
    This is simple, maybe too simple. Needs to convey that we are creative designers in some, have more interest and be striking.
  • TWA
    This is simple, maybe too simple. Needs to convey that we are creative designers in some, have more interest and be striking.
  • TWA
    Way too generic. Logo needs to convey that we are a serious architecture/design firm.
  • Dear CH, Thanks for your feedback on #36. Here is the revised version of it with all letters of "TWA" with same thickness. I have also used a different font and layout. Thanks Manju
  • Thanks for liking #18. Here's the revised color in turquoise. I also cut the lines, so that it can be rendered in black and white without losing legibility. I know it kinda resembles to other designer's entries, so I suggest #54.
  • TWA
    Does not convey architect firm. Too playful. Please submit any additional ideas you may have.
  • TWA
    Please submit any additional ideas.
  • TWA
    Please submit any additional ideas.
  • TWA
    Please submit any additional fresh ideas.
  • TWA
    Very busy and not very professional. Please submit any additional ideas.
  • TWA
    Very busy and not very professional. Please submit any additional ideas.
  • TWA
    Very busy and not very professional. Please submit any additional ideas.
  • TWA
    Does not read well and not very professional. Please submit any additional ideas.
  • Good day TWA. Thanx for liking my work and giving me the opportunity to show my ideas. Will post a few more concepts if or when my brain manages to cough-up some more. Thanx again!
  • TWA
    Much to loud and edgy.
  • TWA
    I think this has potential. (why is the t thicker than the w and a?) The text doesn't seam to fit with the twa. Any way to marry them a bit? Thanks for submitting. Please submit any additional ideas.
  • TWA
    Much better. Thanks for submitting. Please submit any additional ideas you may have.
  • TWA
    Much better. Thanks for submitting. Please submit any additional ideas you may have.