Happyspace is a Scandinavian architecture firm providing architecture- and city planning consultancy from conceptualising down to construction detailing with clients from the public and the private sector.

Firstly I was tasked to design a logotype that visualised their professional approach. The logotype ended up an exercise in spatiality and broke its boundaries much like the firm itself. Secondly, I was tasked to design and set up a new website. The design part alone was daunting enough given the client's occupation, and the prospect of turning all that information into code was terrifying, so naturally, I said yes!

My role: Concept, design and layout of logotype, visual identity and website from initial concept to completion.
Client: Happyspace