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NOA Natkaniec Olechnicki Architects

Contributed by Gabriela Baka on Jun 23rd, 2021. Artwork published in
January 2021
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    NOA (Natkaniec Olechnicki Architects) is a Polish architectural studio with a big expertise in implementing projects of various scales – urban, architectural, small forms, and interiors. NOA designs contemporary, functional buildings and spaces full of rhythm and uniqueness while maintaining timeless aesthetics.

    For the building’s elevation or balconies, NOA often use wooden beams as a structural element that gives more warmness and a Scandinavian modern look. That rhythm is recreated in the logo by using Bebas Neue as the main font. Its condensedness resembles architecture patterns while its blackness makes it very readable in small size, which is important in complicated architectural floor-plans.

    The minimalistic identity follows architectural rhythm and grids with a restrained color palette with Neue Helvetica as a complementary font.

    Design by Gabriela Baka. The NOA website was developed by Krzysztof Gwóźdź at Dannnk.

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