Minimalistic, Japanese (Print)

When the Japanese architectural firm SANAA exhibited their masterpieces at the Danish Architecture Center, Sahls designed a visual identity that enveloped the exhibition experience with a minimalistic Japanese expression. Sahls created a bright universe in white colors and an understated communication. The design drew on references to origami and the interaction between various materials. The pure expression was repeated in the simple setup of the exhibition with beautiful flower arrangements by the Japanese and also in the bright and simple catalogs and leaflets and in a folded and wrapped invitation. Client: The Danish Architecture Centre / Dansk Arkitektur Center Project: Japanese architecture exhibition Work: Visual identity, exhibition design, print design

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