Joris Kritis designs graphic identity INTERIEUR 2016
With twelve months to go before the opening of the 25th Biennale - from 14 to 23 October 2016 - the Biennale Interieur launches its new graphic identity.
True to its principles since 1968, Biennale Interieur renews its look for each edition. Graphic designer Joris Kritis (BE) conceived a visual identity for INTERIEUR 2016 that continually transforms, that looks back as well as forward, and above all is participative. Kritis remained true to the original outline of the Interieur logo, but packs it with a multitude of references and combinations. Do not expect to find just one static version of the 2016 logo: during the coming months, you will continue to discover new transformations at www.interieur.be.
Graphic designer Joris Kritis interprets the Interieur logo as a pair of hands: a combination of a top and bottom hand that is either purely stylistic or holds design and architectural references such as the Josephine Baker House (1927) by Adolf Loos, the INTERIEUR 1970 logo by Boudewijn Delaere, the INTERIEUR 2010 logo by Sara De Bondt Studio and Chair_One (2013) by Constantin Grcic for Magis to name a few.