Haller Brun is an Amsterdam-based graphic design studio run by Sonja Haller and Pascal Brun. After graduating in Switzerland they moved to the Netherlands where they established their own studio in 2011. They mainly work in the fields of art, design and architecture with a focus on editorial design.
The work of Haller Brun is characterized by a combination of the Swiss tradition for precision and typography with Dutch directness and playfulness. It is rooted in a deep understanding of its content and based on an appropriate and strong concept. Their visual solutions are clear and effective and always refined and carefully crafted. Several of their projects have been honoured with prestigious awards, including ‘The Best Dutch Book Designs’, ‘D&AD Award’ and ‘ADG Laus Award’.
Clients include among others Academy of Architecture Amsterdam, Iwan Baan, Design Academy Eindhoven, Kunstmuseum Den Haag, Kröller-Müller Museum, Mondriaan Fund, nai010 publishers, Post NL, Sternberg Press, TU Delft, Van Abbemuseum and Valiz.
In 2019 Haller Brun was responsible for the design of the visual identity and publication for The Measurement of Presence, the Dutch entry to the 58th Venice Biennale.
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