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Portraying the next generation
All lockers must be emptied and unlocked
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Multiple Realities
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Beyond the clinic: ambulatory care
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Poetry of the Real
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Offering a stepless service in a venue made of steps
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Studio Flux

Offering a stepless service in a venue made of steps

In the North of Bern one of the most iconic event locations can be found. While the converted gunpowder fabric offers a lot of character the Stufenbau team also provides a comprehensive event service along with catering. For a wide range of events – products launch, seminar or a wedding – Stufenbau has you covered.

Looking back at the buildings industrial history a characteristic material and colour palette was designed along with an identity which was executed across a variation of playful print products.

Design & Art Direction – Identity – 2013

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Flux is continuous change, flow and ongoing development — the opposite of stagnation.

Studio Flux was founded by Nils Braun, creating visual concepts with a process-driven approach and in close collaboration with the client. The core of every project is a coherent basis, established through an analytical and research based method. While contemporary tendencies are noted, the aim is to design towards visual longevity. Working cross-media and embracing new technology – future-oriented, innovative and unexpected outcomes can emerge.

Creative services: Design & Art Direction – Branding – Webdesign – Editorial Design.

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Studio Flux
Waisenhausplatz 30, Atelier 357
3011 Bern

Supporting the idea of constant flow, with each reload of the website a different font is used. Those webfonts are published with a Open Source licence which makes them available to anyone. Thanks to all the respective type designers.

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