Working on a new identity for a mid-sized German real estate / property management company for both residential and commercial properties.
I promised myself to steer away from a more usual approach that one would expect from a real estate management company. I chose the warm colour palette and the soft rounded edges to convey a sense of vibrant domestic warmth.
over 1 year ago
commemorates me the light going through the window ! i like it :)
love the colors!
Unusual approach! \m/
Slick and my favourite colours, top work Gert :)
Mind blowing monogram!
Ziet er goed uit Gert!
Love the originality of this too. Could stare at it for ages.
Glad you like the warm look & feel guys!
Feeling a good sense of quality services through your color palette Gert, looks promising :)
Maarten Dijk - Congrats! I'm delighted to inform you that you've won the 1st person getting blocked award.
Wow you've got yourself a stalker, sure he won't be the last. Love this particular piece, very warm, soft and there's a slight floor-plan quality to it as well. Nice job.
zo doe je dat!
Readed ID from the moment I saw the small shot.. Amazing luv it!
I just discovered Dribbbles block feature haha. I'm guess Gert's stalker is getting blocked by a lot of people.
Wow is this a logo without any texture!? WHATS GOING ON! :p
Love the end result Gert, great result and you've nailed a solution that achieves a very humanistic and personal quality. Most real estate companies never achieve this.
Richard - The floorplan makes a nice & valid point, thanks!
Daniel - that's a good sign. Just working on the identity as a whole. Mabe to continued ;)
Rui - Lol, I don't think I ever used this block feature before, but I guess it serves its purpose when you get to meet your ideal candidates ;)
Franck - the last thing I wanted was a cheap and impersonal color palette. I'm glad you thought otherwise. Though I realize you can't please everyone.
Nice work! I like the mix between a window , a D and a neighborhood (road crossing) seen from above. Personally i would make the lighter brown areas a bit darker...
Bram - Good point, thanks. To be honest I've always been very careful with browns. But I think a darker brown could greatly benefit here for sure. Will take this into account in the next round anyway, thanks.
Though they liked the combination of #F7B018 and 53392A in the initial brief :))
Very much like this. good job man.
Amazing work, simplicity is not easy.
Very nicely played.
I could have sworn I commented on this, Gert.
Oh well I'll swear now then....@#$@#(&$# I LIKE THIS!
WHEW, FEEL BETTER. :D
love it by the way.
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