London Design group 1977 Design Creative has completed a striking set of marketing collateral for Benoy Architects. Vivid washes of colour give an illustrative texture to the architect’s environments, in a departure from the usual photographic treatments. ‘Benoy wanted something radical to set it apart,’ says 1977 Design Creative partner Jonathan Beacher. The Kowloon Waterfront (left) was part of a plan to develop an arts district for the Hong Kong suburb that included an opera house, open air amphitheatre, sculpture garden and cultural plaza.
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