Nueve Estudio design & consulting studio

Nueve Kitchen HerbNueve Estudio, “Kitchen Herb Pot”

Nueve Estudio design and consulting studio

Nueve is a design & consulting studio cofounded by Ana V. Francés and Cristina Toledo. Ana V. Francés holds a Communications degree and a Masters Course in Marketing and Advertising (IED Madrid). Cristina Toledo graduated in Product Design in 2004 (Escuela Eina Barcelona) after taking Psychology courses at Universidad de Valencia. Their work method has been awarded many times, nationally as well as internationally. Their projects have been featured in many exhibitions and various books and trade publications. They belong to the ADCV, (Valencian Community Designers Association).

COPIATNueve Estudio, “COPIA’T”

Given the type of business, a copy shop, its naming “COPIA’T” as well its location, close to a design school, the origins of printing were researched in order to reassess the corporate identity. When analyzing the historic background of printing, they found out the fact that copies and reproductions were carried out using inverted images. So, using the origins of the printing system as a basic concept, a whole identity line was proposed playing with the idea of an image along with its reverse.

Burger StationNueve Estudio, “Burger Station”

For redesigning of logo and packaging design for a new chain of burger shops km 0, the designers first received Saigon Burger as a name. Keeping in mind the type of business, they recommended changing the name, for the Asian references made no sense when linked to a km0 concept. It was proposed that the new name, Burger Station, were linked the graphic universe of underground stations. A research study was carried out, in order to pick up the most common and representative references of underground stations, which were to be featured along the whole project.

Their project of a 3-kitchen herb pot set that perfectly fits in with the rest of the kitchen elements and allows you to grow and have your aromatic plants handy while cooking or directly served on the table.

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