Charity event by Cult & Magis. Besides designing the branding and exhibition items Toko was selected as one of 16 creatives to reinterpret the future classic Officina chair by Magis. Auction proceeds will go to Redkite. Photos: Terence Chin
Charity event by Cult & Republic of Fritz Hansen. Besides designing the branding and exhibition, Toko was selected as one of 20 designers reinterpreting the Series 7 chair. Toko's chair auction proceeds will go to the organisation We're Better Than This
Sydney Ride / Walk Campaign concept and design for the City of Sydney promoting inner-city walking and cycling as attractive and convenient transport alternatives to public transport and driving. We collaborated with Toby&Pete for animations (coming soon).
Toko developed the identity for the 2014 edition of Art & About themed 'Endangered'. Art & About Sydney is a collaborative arts festival where every street, laneway, building site, intersection and thoroughfare is a canvas for creation and storytelling.
Parramatta’s most recognised public place, Centenary Square, officially (re)opened on 25 September 2014 after an $5m restoration project which included the installation of new street furniture, paving, landscaping and signage.
Charity event by Cult and Carl Hansen + Søn. Besides designing the branding, Toko was selected as one of 14 designers reinterpreting the Hans J. Wegner CH33 chair. Toko's chair auction proceeds were donated to purchase 12 hectares of forest for the Borneo Orangutans.
Our passion for art & print manifests itself through our new venture Print Gallery by Toko. For more information please visit: www.printgallerybytoko.com
Series of 9 books for Sydney architects PTW, each focussing on 1 sector of PTW's extensive portfolio. Suiting to the modernist PTW identity, the series of cover icons follow a strict square grid resulting in a recognisable and iconic suite of bespoke symbols.
Danish design exhibition at the Opera House. Six Danish architects transform the iconic Utzon designed windows, each displaying iconic Danish brands and one art object. A synergy of Danish art, design and culture. Curators: Gerard Reinmuth, Karen Kjaergaard
Ten Days Arts Festival brings together local and international artists and performers from island cultures around the world. Toko's dynamic ‘info-graphic’ identity navigates the festival crowd through ten festival towns across the length and breadth of Tasmania.
Formations: New practices in Australian Architecture. Anthony Burke, Gerard Reinmuth and Toko are the creative team responsible for the Australian Exhibition at the 13th Venice International Architecture Biennale - the world's most important architectural event.
The architecture biennale's anchor 'Formations' - comes to life in an exhibition and publication designed to challenge traditionally held beliefs about what architecture can be. Celebrating new opportunities for architects working in non-traditional ways.
The Lacoste + Stevenson book is a compilation of projects designed over two decades. The book's emphasis is on process rather than outcomes. Highlighting the concepts guiding the design, showing a constant approach independent of project size or type.
As winners of the Best Designed Book of the Year Award, Toko was Commissioned by APA to design the next years awards catalogue. The result is a tongue in cheek cover playing with the concept of awards… judging. Only after removing the cover wrap the true intentions are revealed.
CUSP: Designing into the Next Decade, presents 12 Australian designers with ideas that could change the way we inhabit the world. This touring exhibition is the beginning of a two-year conversation about how design can shape our future.
Logo and identity for Vine Church. An unusual modernist identity for a fresh and contemporary church. The identity celebrates the religious icon through abstraction and deconstruction. The crucifix is present, but only because you what it to be (in context).
Toko's city lights installation for Art & About,
re-appropriate the urban advertising space into a non-commercial outlet: "Gallery JCDeceaux'. The 15 visuals utilise JCDeceaux’s standard measurements (2:3), which can be (re)arranged in an immeasurable amount of visuals.
Toko's 'Lace Revolution' marketing and identity concept reconsiders preconceived notions of lace through bold and provocative execution of the exhibition graphics and collateral. A 'revolutionary' identity for an extra-ordinary exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum.
Part of the Sydney Design Festival the Platform design exhibition demonstrates talent across undergraduate design programs. Besides the exhibition design, Toko designed the marketing collateral and a 28 meter long window graphic.
Code magazine documents style as a reflection of developments in society, turning Code into a platform for emerging fashion designers, photographers and artists. Toko’s work for Code dates back to the first issue (2005), when we designed the logo and lay-out.
Toko's identity for Sydney Design Festival celebrates paper as an icon through an icon.
The simplification and digitalisation of honest and physical paper for our digital world represents the connection to the 'old' world and helps us navigate through the 'new'.