Building blocks

The BVN logo is based on basic geometrical shapes which are the foundation of our graphic identity and language.

Do not change the proportion, design or positioning of these design elements in any application.

BVN graphic elements

Examples of usage of the graphic elements

Always show the graphic elements in full. Try to maximise the size of the element on the page.

INTRODUCTION BVN IN BRIEF SUBISSION TITLE COMES HERE WITH DATE JUNE 2014 PRINCIPAL, BArch RAIAT +61 2 8297 7200 M +61 538 628 532 E abbie_galvin@bvn.com.au255 PITT STREET / SYDNEY 2000 AUSTRALIA / BVN.COM.AU ABBIE GALVIN 255 PITT STREET / SYDNEY 2000 AUSTRALIA / BVN.COM.AU

Examples of incorrect usage of graphic elements

Cropping

Do not crop graphic elements

Incorrect addition of elements

Do not add graphic elements over photography in layouts.

BVN buildings are about providing support and background for human activity, Not all-conquering foreground. They are about the art of place making in its most diverse sense from infrastructure, buildings and their spaces to the workplace and furniture. We regard buildings as trading places – a place for the successful interchange of ideas, learning, business and culture. Buildings, like cities, can fail as trading places if they do not understand their essential business. They can also fail like cities if they do not understand sustainability and ecology. Healthy buildings are like healthy cities grounded in interchange and ecology. This point of view about architecture leads to a design process which is not ‘our way’ or ‘your way’. It is a round table energised by challenging questions. All at the table are equal contributors to a successful result. This process, in our view, increases the quality of our surroundings, lifts interaction and gives new pleasure to the essential business of our lives.Jointly only, can a place be made. SUBMISSION TITLE COMES HERE WITH DATE JUNE 2014 THE ART OF PLACE THE BRAGGS, ADELAIDE TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTIE, BRISBANE FLINDERS STREET STATION COMPETITION, MELBOURNE SECTION

Fill in

Do not use photography inside graphic elements.

Proportions

Do not combine elements or change proportions.