Pyott resorts to Portuguese job

Pyott Design continues to mine a rich vein of work in Portugal. The consultancy has been appointed to create an identity and graphics for a planned self-contained resort village called Villa Moura.

Being touted as one of the biggest man-made resorts in Europe, the Villa Moura project follows earlier work by Pyott on the golf resort Belas (DW 22 September 1995) and the luxury housing development Monte Da Quinta (DW 6 October 1995).

Pyott Design won the Villa Moura work on the strength of the Belas job. The Belas client is now linked with the Villa Moura client through a reverse takeover.

The London architecture and design consultancy United Designers is designing restaurants and bars for Villa Moura’s marina. An architect is also likely to be chosen to look at the masterplan.

Pyott Design continues its work for Tony Stone Images with the picture library’s latest sports catalogue. Iconic sporting figures were created entirely in 3D computer programmes.

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