Sundy Village Logo Design Contest

Sundy Village has selected their winning logo design.

For $475 they received 68 designs from 17 different designers from around the world.
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United States

What We Do

Significant Real Estate Development on the bustling Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach Florida. The project will consist of new office and retail/restaurant buildings (office and retail) and also will include the charm of small historical homes/cottages that we are restoring. The project celebrates the historical and local vibe of Downtown Delray Beach with a modern twist.

Industry

Real Estate

Color Preferences

whites and patina green

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Sundy Village is named after a historical home/restaurant called Sundy House which is the centerpoint of the development. We added Village to signify that the area around Sundy House will have a "village" like vibe and will meet the local/historical elements of the community. The project will be walkable and have beautiful gardens and subtle water features. Its important to note that Sundy Village includes "areas" on 4 different sides of the street so the logo needs so its more than a buildings. it will include over 10 buildings that make up our village.

Themes

Complex
Luxury
Refined

Style Inspiration

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Discussion

Discussion

moosetmb
United States
the green on the roofs is an oxidized copper (similar to how the statue of liberty was once copper and is now greenish). not bright green
1 year ago