CTRL was appointed to provide concept and design direction for a concert and social event hosted by French bank CIC for their private banking clients.
Titled 'Brahms meets Dvorak' the design represents the collaboration between the two famous 19th century composers.
The full project scope included 'Save the Date' emailer, printed invitation and envelope, programme, large format poster and souvenir CD.
Creative Direction: Chris Swallow
Design: Matteo Colella
Event Management: Adagio Events
Marina Bay Sands established a VIP event series for their fine watch and jewellery brands, titled 'Moments and Masterpieces'. CTRL was appointed to create the graphic identity and event collateral.
College of the Arts
Having been involved with LASALLE on a number of other projects, CTRL was appointed to design and produce their 2010 annual review.
As Asia’s leading tertiary institution in contemporary arts and design education, LASALLE offers 30 different programmes and is led by a community of award-winning artists, designers, educators and researchers.
Our scope included photography management and direction, of selected staff and around the campus.
Full image spreads were placed throughout the report.
A series of infographics were produced to display key report data. The map on the left shows all the countries where LASALLE students came from in 2010.
CTRL set the print spec, selected all papers, and managed the print production.
Pala is a salon-style event series in New York, Singapore and Hong Kong.
CTRL developed the name and designed the brand identity.
Pala is the fictitious South Asian island nation in English writer Aldous Huxley's final book, Island, published in 1962.
The logo represents the exclusive 'inner circle' from which guests are invited from.
ISG is a global construction specialist. CTRL worked with the company on a retainer basis, and managed brand and marketing communications for Asia.
Scope included external and internal communications, digital marketing, brand compliance and liaising with ISG's head office in London.