Taken into concept refining the centuries-old tradition of hospitality, we adapted the story of Baucis and Philemon who had disguised-gods Zeus and Hermes as guests in their humble home, providing them courteous hospitality. The pitcher and goose in favor of the story became elements we incorporated into an invitingly-amiable approach for the identity development, added with elements of an arch that represents a home—a charming symbol of shelter and safety.
Infused with the rest of the visuals are the paintings inspired by early 17th-century Baroque still-life paintings, an addition representing indulgence in warmth and sophistication.
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