Melbourne Recital Centre Design & Branding MELBOURNE RECITAL CENTRE IDENTITY by M&C Saatchi Melbourne, Re Sydney

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Industry Cinemas, Theatres & Concert Halls
Media Design & Branding
Market Australia
Agency M&C Saatchi Melbourne
Creative Director Jason Little Re, Graham Smith Obpp
Designer Alexis Waller
Agency Re Sydney
Released November 2012

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Creative Director: Graham Smith
Creative Director: Jason Little
Design Director: Michael Boston
Designer: Alexis Waller

It is early days for the Melbourne Recital Centre, and a soft launch has meant there is little indication of the success at this point. The internal launch was a success, and the various creative partners are embracing the flexibility of the system positively.

Brief Explanation
The key objectives of the identity refresh were to build a unified experience between venue and venue branding. A common problem with venue identities is the balance between the venue and event itself – how to take ownership without removing the personality of the individual event.The new Identity not only had to build venue recognition, but also needed to enable each performance to shine in its own right.

Client Brief Or Objective
Comprising of the finest acoustic spaces in the southern hemisphere, The Melbourne Recital Centre is a world-class facility for the performance, recording and broadcasting of music. The Recital Centre had launched the original Identity before the building was complete, thus the synergy between the venue and its identity was lacking.

We developed an identity based on the three facets that make up the experience. Created through the interaction of music, emotion and the environment, we created a generative changing identity to reflect the unrepeatable experience.This identity harmonizes with communications at different volumes - overt through to a subtle interaction, balancing the relationship between event and venue.