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Kitsune

Corporate Identity

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Year

2017

Maison Kitsuné was created in Paris in 2002 by Gildas Loaëc, a former manager of the French electronic music duo Daft Punk, and Masaya Kuroki, an architect.
In Japan, Loaëc and Kuroki came together to oversee the production of Daft Punk’s anime film Interstella 5555, and developed the concept for Kitsuné – a one-of-a-kind brand that combines their two stylistically intertwined interests: fashion and music.

It Pieces

Corporate Identity

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Year

2017

IT Pieces is an online design tool that materialises user data. Individualised, made to order garments that are distinctively suitable for daily use are being produced by means of several automation processes.

Online user behaviour directly influences the appearance of the knitted garment and thus creates an interaction between the individual's online-activity and the independent design tool. With ITP, Flora creates an absolutely functional and applied solution in the fashion–technology sector.

Website

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Year

2017

IT Pieces is an online design tool that materialises user data. Individualised, made to order garments that are distinctively suitable for daily use are being produced by means of several automation processes.

Online user behaviour directly influences the appearance of the knitted garment and thus creates an interaction between the individual's online-activity and the independent design tool. With ITP, Flora creates an absolutely functional and applied solution in the fashion–technology sector.

Packaging

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Year

2017

IT Pieces is an online design tool that materialises user data. Individualised, made to order garments that are distinctively suitable for daily use are being produced by means of several automation processes.

Online user behaviour directly influences the appearance of the knitted garment and thus creates an interaction between the individual's online-activity and the independent design tool. With ITP, Flora creates an absolutely functional and applied solution in the fashion–technology sector.

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Claudia Barcheri – SPA

Catalogue

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Specs

180 x 330 mm

Year

2016

Contributors

Claudia Barcheri

Bureau Borsche designed the catalog for Bruneck born sculptor Ms. Claudia Barcheri’s first solo show entitled „Spa“. In terms of a bath or resort the word spa represents a private, secluded retreat, while at the same time being an artificial construct of a retreat. The intention behind „Spa“ was to create a tactile visual landscape of different textures and elements — Greenhouse architecture, bathroom amenities, lush vegetation, rubble, and soap — to form a narrative installation for the visitor to walk through. A formal blend of unwieldy raw materials and meticulous finesse are Ms. Barcheri’s trademark, which translates to a selection of silk-screened textiles paired with rough amounts of soap on mirrored surfaces.

Exhibition

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Year

2016

Contributors

Claudia Barcheri

Bureau Borsche designed the catalog for Bruneck born sculptor Ms. Claudia Barcheri’s first solo show entitled „Spa“. In terms of a bath or resort the word spa represents a private, secluded retreat, while at the same time being an artificial construct of a retreat. The intention behind „Spa“ was to create a tactile visual landscape of different textures and elements — Greenhouse architecture, bathroom amenities, lush vegetation, rubble, and soap — to form a narrative installation for the visitor to walk through. A formal blend of unwieldy raw materials and meticulous finesse are Ms. Barcheri’s trademark, which translates to a selection of silk-screened textiles paired with rough amounts of soap on mirrored surfaces.

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Un Sedicesimo

Corraini Edizioni

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Specs

170 x 240mm

Year

2017

Contributors

Illustration: Bureau Borsche

For this Un Sedicesimo 47, the Bureau took its inspiration from the illustrative and tongue-in-cheek take on online dating profiles. The aim was to break a little with the past issues, more conceptual and typographic, and to make the magazine feel light and humorous, but still very aesthetic. The choice of paper went for a very glossy feel – like photobooks – to fit the cheesiness of the illustrations.