We created a brand that moved away for the typical church design and focuses on the community
Dapto Anglican wanted to move away from the image of a building and more towards the people. The logo is made of the letters D and A and illustrates an incomplete and diverse group moving forward toward others.
The brand is used across different parishes of the church.
The one colour logo. The triangles match the architecture of the building which cleverly builds a 'frame' around the community to draw focus in on the people.
The branding used across stationery . The triangles are reconfigured in different shapes and colours adding personality and uniqueness to each person.
The letterhead is clean and strong.
The signage used throughout the buildings.
Entry pylon signs.
The cafe in the foyer. The light fittings have been designed around the logo and architecture. The graphics help define a space for the cafe.
The branding folds around the building and becomes a part of the architecture. This also doubles as wayfinding signage
The building designed by Silvester Fuller cleverly creates a frame around the community. Featured in Australian Design Review.