Kibsgaard–Petersen by Heydays

In case you missed it last week, Oslo-based design studio Heydays updated their website with a new, responsive web design and loaded up with several new projects. One of those projects is for Kibsgaard-Petersen, an architectural practice based in Aalesund, Norway with a long and established history but young and innovative perspective. Simple but bold gestures go a long way in this new identity, based on the hyphen in the company’s name. Lots of white space and grayed out text and images add to the contrast of the red dashes.

Check out the new Heydays site for more work and view it on your mobile device or resize your browser window to see its responsive-design magic.


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