Logo, brand identity, layouts, and website for an award winning architecture & design studio.
Ania Jaworska's practice focuses on exploring the connection between art and architecture and her work explores bold simple forms, humor, commentary and conceptual, historic, and cultural references. Jaworska’s work was exhibited in the numerous exhibitions, notably at 13th Venice Biennale as part of Grounds for Detroit, Chicago Architecture Biennial, as part of BOLD and Chicago Cultural Center as part of CHGO DSGN.
Be it the bookshelf for graham which screams 'Hi' or the proposal for MoMA PS1 which features a pavilion that casts the shadow - 'Ha Ha Ha', Ania's work features a lot of references to signage and uses that as a way to interact with the viewers.
The website takes after her witty, often humorous usage of signs and signage to create unexpected moments of interaction between her work and audience. Marquee tickers, neon colors, and bold work all come together to make for an interesting website full of surprises.
Ania's practice adopts the name 'and Associates' as a spin on traditional naming conventions within the architectural community. Historically popular within a wide range of professions, although, rarely associated with woman-led, multi-disciplinary, design practices - the name showcases her trademark wit and in a way challenges conventions.
In her words,"I like '& Associates', it is ambiguous.. it could just as easily be a law firm.. or anything".