Thomson Adsett’s new logo.
High profile architectural firm Thomson Adsett has unveiled a new branding image for the first time in 20 years.
The aged care and retirement living specialist has changed its look in a bid to maintain market position and promote future growth.
The new image comes on the back of a series of mergers with smaller firms and the launch of a number of new offices in Australia and overseas.
The firm has also dropped the word ‘Architects’ from its name because it now offers a range of business solutions which extend beyond the scope of traditional architecture.
“This is more than just a fresh coat of paint,” said Thomson Adsett’s joint managing director David Lane.
“We identified a marketing gap whereby our old branding did not accurately reflect who we are and what our capabilities are as a company.”
“We are a large, modern Australian practice with a skilled team of passionate and serious designers producing leading edge contemporary designs for our clients.”