Pakosław Palace

In the middle of a picturesque park, close to a tree-shaded pond, there stands a palace of Pakosław. It is one of the most valuable classicist buildings in Poland.

Its construction began in 1791 on the site of a former fortified manor. It is believed that the palace was built to a design by Carl Gotthard Langhans, who designed the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. After 1945 the palace fell into ruin. Today, behind the traditional façade of the building there are a restaurant and 24 hotel rooms – unique, peculiar, designed with panache and incredible attention to detail. Inimitable.

Eat. 

Rest.

Love.

The palace regained its former glory, opening its interiors to all those who cherish connections with history, resting in natural surroundings and uncommon experiences. Visitors to Pałac Pakosław are a group of knowledgeable customers, unafraid of bold, eclectic combinations, who appreciate the beauty of the scenery, the atmosphere of the place, and healthy food based on local produce.
 

With respect to history

 

The visual identification which our client sought had to express the exceptionality of the place combining the classicist shape of the building with its modern interior, attention to finish detail with high standard of services.

Resorting to our favourite minimalistic design, we limited ourselves to straight lines. Thanks to that, the logotype reflects the modern character of the interior and, at the same time, is practical – it is easy to apply to all media.

Our cooperation

Apart from the logotype, our cooperation brought out designs of company ephemera and advertising materials. Afterwards, we offered the client a visual identity system connected with hotel services communication and the identification system for particular rooms – images referring to the unique hotel interiors.
 

Scope of work:

  • Rebranding
  • Design of logotype
  • Design of information materials
  • Design of advertising materials
  • System of indoor information for the hotel

Photographs:

  • Pakosław Palace