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Gothenburg
Location

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Contact

Scandinavian interiostylist

Case
We had the pleasure of working with renowned interior stylist Camilla Kärnestedt, crafting a brand identity and web design that truly reflects her unique style. Collaborating closely with Camilla, we delved into her creative vision, understanding her aesthetic and storytelling approach. Our team developed a captivating brand identity that captures her essence and resonates with her target audience. Through careful consideration of typography, color palettes, and imagery, we brought her brand to life, ensuring every element spoke to her sophisticated and contemporary style.

Result
The result of our collaboration with Camilla Kärnestedt is a stunning brand identity and web design that embodies her distinct interior styling expertise. From the elegant logo design to the seamless user experience on her website, every detail has been thoughtfully curated to showcase Camilla's portfolio and engage visitors. The website features a sleek and intuitive interface, allowing users to effortlessly navigate her work and discover her captivating projects. Camilla's brand now stands out as a true reflection of her unique style, attracting both clients and admirers alike. We are proud to have brought her vision to life and to be a part of her creative journey.

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Brand Identity
Typgraphy / Colors / Logo

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Website
Design / Development

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hello@huston.se
+46 707 48 42 30

Huston Agency AB
559350-7873
Åvägen 17C, Göteborg
Sweden

Andreas Lucaci
Creative / Co-Founder
+46 707 48 42 30
andreas@huston.se

Richard Skärby
Creative / Co-Founder
+46 709 32 52 32
richard@huston.se

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