A new brand identity, website and collateral for an evolving architecture office
After a recession that hit the architecture and construction industry particularly hard, EOA / Elmslie Osler Architect adapted by expanding their offering. The boutique office wanted to better highlight the interiors, surface/textile design and architectural branding capabilities that clients didn’t always know to ask for. They also decided to formalize their budding architectural agriculture practice, offering clients a way to integrate community-minded green spaces with food growing into their projects. The new identity brought all these practices under one brand, positioning them as discrete services part of a holistic approach.