Mind’s new look for Villandry

Mind Design is currently working on a re-brand for Villandry, the restaurant, foodstore and bakery with branches in London and Bicester. The scheme is based on five shapes which refer to traditional brasserie menu frames

Mind Design is currently working on a re-brand for Villandry, the restaurant, foodstore and bakery with branches in London and Bicester. The scheme is based on five shapes which refer to traditional brasserie menu frames

The shapes, Mind say, “are either used individually or combined to create a pattern. We have also chosen a very bright colour scheme that contrasts the classic shapes”. Their work fro the brand encompasses identity, packaging, signage system and all printed material, examples below.

 

Mind has been producing some really interesting work of late, including this logo for MOST, new major showcase for design at the upcoming Milan Design Week

 

 

The Collection restaurant

 

And the Paramount members’ club in London

Check out more of their work here

 

 

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