Design agency based in Zürich, covering works in all areas of print and interactive design. We design books, exhibitions, publications, identities, and websites for cultural institutions, businesses and individuals.
We are design engineers. Both analogue production processes and software driven procedures define our thinking and lead us to innovative solutions. Science and history form the foundation upon which we build our practice, linking up existing concepts and technologies with novel ideas and approaches.
We focus on the strategic development and visual implementation of brand identities, publications, and websites. In close collaboration with our clients, we create systematic, distinct and purposeful solutions for companies, products, individuals and cultural institutions.
Clou Architekten, Büro Schlüter, Bicerin, Christine Stokar, Pianohaus Schoekle, ArtFAQ, Junges Theater Zürich, Balsam, Angele Massage, Park Platz, Electric Unicorn, Atelier am Bach,Your Concept, KuBaA, San Juan Cotzal, Michele Breu, Openair Wipkingen, Röntgenplatzfest, Nicole Mayer, Troi Food
André Rothfuchs and Matthias Wyler are co-founders and art directors of the publication project «Sugus», which was launched in 2014. It’s published six times a year in the shape of a handmade Zine (including posters or original drawings). The Zine is published in very small editions between 50 and 300 copies (numbered & signed).
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Typefaces: Neue Plak™
Originally designed in 1928, Plak is something of a lost gem in the type world. Despite being drawn by Futura creator Paul Renner, it never achieved the same popularity and spent decades lacking a much-needed digital revival. Monotype designers Linda Hintz and Toshi Omagari took the original three weights and, after extensive research into the original wood type, extended them into the vast Neue Plak™ family comprised of 60 styles.
The design brings together a defiant outer appearance that’s counteracted by more playful details found in the lowercase r and the large dots of the lowercase i. Other distinctive details include open or strikethrough counters, and a set of hairline widths that distill Renner’s original design to its bones.
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