Spending time on naming, branding, and telling a story within real estate projects can be paramount in setting tone and mood. It becomes an unsuspecting way to lock in expectations around experience, creating a moment of pause for all that encounter a brand's attributes. Antoinette Marie Johnson, CEO of Cohere—a select branding partner of our team—took the time to describe the process they bring to urban projects. And, the difference a deep dive makes when looking beyond a basic logo.
Authentic Form & Function is excited to announce our partnership with Triten Real Estate. Since 2011, the Houston and Dallas-based company has been working across multiple commercial real estate asset classes. Among other projects, the Triten team is currently in a pre-construction phase for their m•k•t project in the Houston Heights neighborhood.
Learning how to nurture and use an appreciation for design in the real estate world.
Dissecting the realities of the Smart Cities movement with Emily Silverman, Program Manager at the Denver Smart City initiative.
Get the latest design and development news, plus a look into cutting edge tech and innovation in the urban space.
Curating experience with design, art, and unique finishes with Jon Hartman, Owner and Creative Director at Wunder Werkz design studio based in Denver, Colorado.
If you’ve ever spent time browsing agency websites, one cliché you’ll stumble upon is the service offering of Strategy. At first glance, you might not even think twice about it. Everyone wants their work to be strategic, right?
A few years ago we had the opportunity to begin work with a company called Greenhouse GO. The product, Carbon Planner, would change the way urban planners prepared new build projects. This summer, Stanford University acquired Carbon Planner.