journal.lu / interface design & development / website
Remove noise & add value
The design of the "journal" is a result of a search for an unique identity and a will to stand out of the crowd, simple and useful.
MUDAM / postcards from luxembourg
The sound cartography, "Postcards from Luxembourg - a sound map of the City" consists of a CD visualizing neighbourhoods of the city by the sounds it produces.
Université du Luxembourg / corporate design
corporate identity and graphic chart based on existing logo
opderschmelz / corporate design
The opderschmelz corporate ID is based on the "Work in progress" – diagonal red and white stripes. Opened in December 2007, the cultural centre presents all kinds of exclusive events for a varied public.
vins & crémants / brochure
“Tout un Art” is an international promotional support for Luxemburgish wines: from the graphic design to the titel, from the editorial line to Andres Lejonas photos, every creative step is an authentic and specific production for this brochure.
musée d’histoire de la ville de luxembourg / corporate identity
a I part started with the central theme of the “thread of history” to create a simple and expressive graphic constructive system with a minimum of graphic elements.
villa vauban / catalogue “Collection, Histoire, Architecture”
The exterior envelope of the Villa Vauban architecture catalogue is a paper replica of the award winning and highly recognizable perforated brass panels which wrap the extension of the Villa Vauban.
musée d’histoire de la ville de luxembourg / poster campaign
woxx – Luxembourg’s alternative newspaper
weekly newspaper, B&W illustrations, 26 x 36 cm, Luxembourg
MNHA – musée national d’histoire et d’art / corporate design
corporate identity and graphic chart based on existing logo, 2007
wim delvoye – Cloaca
A monograph of the entire Cloaca project by Wim Delvoye.
224 p., colour illustrations; 22 x 29 cm, hardcover, poster included. Texts by Louis Camnitzer, Michael Glasmeier and Jens Hauser. Edited by Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain, Luxembourg, 2007.
carrérotondes / corporate design
The combination of the 14 Tangram shapes designed for the carrérotondes corporate ID generate new ones, and their arrangement on all types of communication supports allows for countless variations.