This spectacular building has become Amsterdam?s Concert Hall of the 21st Century, with an exciting, contemporary program which continually forges links with other eras, styles, cultures and art forms.
The Muziekgebouw aan ?t IJ shows current musical developments in the form of special series, festivals, multimedia concerts and exhibitions.
Silo created a new visual identity, and all visual communication resources. The logo consists of typography and the recognizable silhouette of the building. This silhouette is also the basis of the graphic language. All kinds of compositions can be made with this single simple and recognizable shape. With colour added to it, a rich and contemporary vocabulary arises, which can refer to sounds, movement, harmony and composition.
Every month, Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ publishes it’s program in a calendar. The front is a selection of featured concerts and a calendar view of all activities. The back consists of a varying message, and often functions as a poster.
The special folding functions as a visually attractive element.
- Creative Directors René Toneman
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- Designers Kasper Andersen, Moon Brouwer, Phil Cramley, Maggie Jozefczak, Anton Lamberg, Frank Lee, Anna Magnussen, Nina Fernande Roothaan, Scott Savage, René Toneman
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