Architecture and design firm ThomsonAdsett has launched a refreshed new brand identity and gotten together to celebrate this step forward.
December 1st, 2015
The firm’s refreshed look comes with an all new website, and shows the company’s ability to continue to evolve in a constantly changing industry.
“For over 40 years, we’ve continued to learn and develop as a practice,” says managing director Chris Straw, “Our approach to architecture is constantly evolving, and we wanted to reflect this evolution in the refreshed brand
“After extensive research with our clients and staff, we have a clear vision for the coming years and want to continue to play on our strengths in the marketplace. They encouraged us to continue designing for the future, and to stay ahead of market trends.”
Remarking that a lot of important work happens both before and after the actual construction phase of design, the ThomsonAdsett outlined that the goal should be to designing not only architecture, but business strategies that cater to this pre and post build stages of design.
“Our refreshed brand reflects our forward thinking, and only strengthens our commitment to providing quality designs for our clients” says Straw.
The company celebrated this brand refresh at an event at its Brisbane office adjacent to the James Street Precinct.
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