We are currently working on the design of Arvid Osterberg’s second book with the Culicidae Press family. After Culicidae Press published his We All Fall Down: Staying Vertical in a Hazardous World guide to not falling in 2021, polytekton is now designing Osterberg’s latest book Dream House on the Prairie: What They Didn’t Tell You […]
polytekton is currently designing a book for our first Finnish client, Lassi A. Liikkanen, who is a lead digital product designer at Qvik Ltd. (Finland) and an adjunct professor at Aalto University (Finland). He earned his Ph.D. in Design in 2010 from Aalto University School of Engineering, and he has more than ten years of design […]
We just completed the final version of the cover and interior (with some prior design work by Ruixue Jia) for architect and scholar Daniel Naegele’s Guide to the Only Good Architecture in Iowa, a book Professor of Architecture Mary McLeod calls “a pure delight [that shows] not only Naegele’s deep knowledge of the architecture and […]
An unsolicited job. Working on the keynote speaker posters for the ACS 9 Forum at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, I noticed the lack of a logo for the organizer, the Architecture, Culture, and Spirituality Forum. With a weekend coming up, and a little bit of time on my hand, I created the following logo […]
Annie Finch Lecture Poster Here are four posters (drafts) we designed for the keynote speakers that will present their ideas at the ACS 9 Forum on Deer Isle in Maine during the 2017 symposium from the 14th through the 18th of May. Nothing fancy, just straightforward typography, some logo design (ACSF), and blurred backgrounds, modded from media […]
Designs of the poster announcing the end-of-semester Rome show of architecture and landscape architecture student work at our facilities in the Palazzo Cenci in Rome. And as part of this design you all are invited to the show opening tonight, Monday, 2 May 2016. Address and times are on the poster. Final poster above, earlier […]
After reviving Culicidae Architectural Press, which had been folded into Culicidae Press a few years ago, we were asked to design a new logo that would reflect the brand’s updated image and rejuvenated approach to publishing books about architecture and the built environment.