dn&co Branding Buildings

dn&co is a branding agency with extensive experience in print, digital, film and exhibition spaces — but don’t call them a multi-disciplinary design agency. They recently launched their new site and wanted to convey their identity work through concept and form. Their portfolio of work is essentially all based in branding buildings – marketing commercial and residential properties for prospective tenants. With beautifully printed brochures, seamless and functional websites, and branded environments, they’ve set a tone for the buildings apart from the architecture that represents luxury, sophistication, traditionalism, or modernism.

Their projects include 200 Aldersgate by MoreySmith; branding for EA Shaw, estate agents in Central London; the Wells & More building owned by Great Portland Estates; Air W1 by Dixon Jones23 Saville Row and 14 St. George Street by Eric Parry ArchitectsNo. 1 Kingsway by Sidell Gibson Architects, and New Brook Buildings by John Robertson Architects.

Take a look at these projects and more at dn&co and read an interview on design/array about their new website design.


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Multidisciplinary design operative at the intersection of building, branding, and business. On this site is a curated feed of projects within the intersection of where these disciplines meet to showcase how each is strengthened with the other. MUDEO is a moniker for the work of Kenny Isidoro — see more at mudeostudio.com.
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