Tamara Bravo

B.co Architecture



B.CO ARchitecture

My role: Visual Identity, Institutional Material

Motiva agency

Designer: Tamara Bravo

Creative direction: Dante Campana

February 2016


Background: .CO for collaborate and cooperate

A new venture was about to be launched in the architecture scene: Counting on the extensive background and experience of Patricia Batista, the bet was to create B.CO architecture, versatile office working with collaborative partnerships and with great passion for what they do on their projects.


Inspiration: Every project

begins with drawing

My conceptual inspiration for this project is based on the universe itself. As every architecture project starts in the drawing, I depicted the core of B.CO in geometric shapes that refers to environments designed by architects.


Solution: A new versatile and dynamic identity

In a dynamic and proprietary way, the visual identity represents the macro view of architects when the pieces are separated and working independently - resulting in the initials 'B', 'C' e 'O'. As well as when it comes together to compose the final symbol - forming a structure with small "alleys" - and reinforcing the visual system as a whole.