Write_On at Pod

Join our friends (and long-term client) pod to put pencil to paper and connect. Share the love. For more info visit: https://shop-pod.com/blogs/news

New Identity for Verdant

Codesign worked with Blair Hines Design Associates as they changed their name to Verdant Landscape Architecture. The logo interweaves three different shades of green to form the letter V. To see more of this project visit our portfolio page.

Winter is Here


Photo of Jamaica Pond by Matt Kanaracus

Happy Thanksgiving


“Let us be thankful to the people who bring us happiness; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.”

Marcel Proust, Pleasures and Days

Thanksgiving is a good time to take a long walk, spend time with family and friends, enjoy the special light of autumn. Have a safe and happy holiday. Photo by Karen LeDuc

November 2016
After many starts and stops, we’re very happy to announce the launch of our new website! Although most users will visit our site to see our Work, we hope you’ll also check back with the Update section for news about our projects, thoughts on design, sources of inspiration, links to places of interest, and other random musings.
Thanks, Codesign.

Rebranding TSKP Studio


Codesign worked with Tai Soo Kim Partners to rebrand the firm as TSKP Studio. The new brand reflects the evolution of the firm into a collaborative partnership of multi-talented professionals. The visual identity was designed to convey the firm’s values: Simplicity, Balance and Continuity.

Top 10 Photo Book of 2015


Mother Jones named A Secret History of the Ollie in their Top 10 Photo Books of 2015. We’re excited to have the Ollie recognized in this short list of exceptional titles.

“… History of the Ollie is a book heavy on graphics: amazing old photos, ads, and other images relating to skateboarding in the 1970s.”

To read the full article, visit the Mother Jones website. To see more of this project visit our portfolio page.

TAT Responsive Website Launched


October 2015: A new responsive website launches for The Architectural Team (TAT). To read more about this project, visit our portfolio page.