UNO was invited to help add extra colour and movement to the annual Royal Adelaide Show, held in September.
The graphics team worked hard to create exciting banners and directional signage between the Showbag Pavilion and Market Bazaar, as well as floor graphics and decorations. UNO were able to create a dynamic environment which was both vibrant and easy to navigate, whilst also taking away some valuable knowledge.
The annual Two Heads summit brought members together in Melbourne, the world’s most liveable city, where everyone stayed at the stunning Olsen Art Hotel in South Yarra, located conveniently just a few minutes walk from the UNO office where our creative meetings were held in the aptly named ‘think tank’.
The annual Two Heads summit took place this October in the fast changing Meatpacking district of New York City, with members arriving from different points of the globe locked and loaded for an action packed week. Our accommodation and meeting headquarters for the summit was the Standard Hotel Highline which straddles the starting point of this major urban renewal project.
The annual Two Heads summit took place in the edgy Mitte district of Berlin, with the impressive Münzsalon our head quarters for the last week of October. Guest speaker Harald Welzer, director of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Memory Research in Essen delivered his perspective on transformation, centered on the social and cultural impact of change in design. This was followed by a free flowing discussion with Two Heads members contributing their culturally diverse thoughts and opinions on how design can influence change.