At Navire, we’re straightforward, dynamic and outcome focused. Our clients are governments and large corporates but we’re not your typical consultants in suits – think more “Men in Black” minus the memory zapper - perhaps a little more Tommy Lee Jones (wise and cool but edgy) than Will Smith (all guns ablazin!)
We add value to our clients’ land holdings, we navigate the way through complicated issues like contamination, lots of stakeholders with different opinions and red tape. We help our clients aspire to great outcomes. We deliver results – not reports. We orchestrate value.
Urban planning/policy and property development advice is what we do, but always with a view to the future; environmental sustainability, affordable housing and infill development (using properties that already have stuff on them, changing factories to shopping centres and education complexes and not just putting houses on farms). We provide advice on how to deliver the best community outcomes whilst still delivering a great $$ return for our clients – and we have proven that win-win outcomes are possible!
Now, our clients are household names from both the public and private sectors and we work in a serious business with policy makers, politicians, architects, engineers, developers and bankers who are at the top of their game, so we’re looking for a modern but still “conservative” logo.
• Naturally we want a version that includes our company name and we’d like the pictorial representation of our logo to “stand alone” and represent something, e.g. - a stylised compass, a baton or something to do with an orchestra, a ship, a hub and spokes, the new world! Please be creative!
• Steer clear of dark (British Racing) green, and purple – we’re not fans.
We need a logo which will be used both in web and print formats. We need favicons/icons that can be used on the web and in social media sites. Business Cards are also required, single sided only please.
There will be additional web design work as we begin creating our web presence, however we are keen to have the right name and logo design first and go from there.