From logo design and branding projects, website styling to reports, books, print and digital communications, we are very proud to have worked with The Heritage Council for numerous years and very much enjoy creating branded design for their many campaigns and projects.
Previously we designed Heritage projects for the year of The Gathering, producing material including a booklet designed for the International markets showcasing the many national events across Ireland.
We’ve also worked with the Heritage Council in the development of National Heritage Week, as it has grown from early days, to a larger, national, week-long festival promoting numerous activities all over Ireland. You can read about our branding work for National Heritage Week here.
I have worked with Gillian Reidy in Penhouse since 2006, developing the brand of the Heritage Council as well as its public facing programmes such as Heritage in Schools and Heritage Week. Gillian and her team have shaped the visual identity of the Heritage Council over the past decade and a half, capturing the Heritage Council’s core principles through their work.
As well as providing a graphic design service that is competitive cost wise, Penhouse have always delivered within the required deadlines and to the highest standards. Gillian’s enthusiasm for the work has never dimmed and she always makes the time to understand the core objectives of the task in hand whether it is a publication, a logo that captures the identity and spirit of a programme or a piece of marketing collateral.
Over the years Penhouse have shown their capacity to deliver design concepts that remain fresh and innovative and stand the test of time. Their rebrand work for Heritage Week in 2016 successfully helped the Heritage Council achieve its goals, to reach a disparate public audience crossing all demographics. It has enjoyed wide recognition and acclaim.
What makes their design work such a success, is their capacity to bring a human warmth and connection to their work that is unparalleled. In this way their design style fits naturally to engage communities in the care and conservation of heritage. The Penhouse team have always been a pleasure to work with and I have no hesitation in recommending their graphic design work to anyone and I look forward to working with them again in the future.
Isabell Smyth, Head of Communications and Education
The Heritage Council
2006 – present
Various Logo Designs & branding projects, brochures, marketing literature, exhibition and display material, web styling
Designed by Penhouse Design