BrandCulture Communications

Julian Frood

Julian Frood is an Environmental Designer at BrandCulture in Sydney Australia.

Julian Frood is heavily involved in the design process from the big ideas through to the important fine details. He has achieved numerous award-winning results for BrandCulture's clients and brings creative insight, production knowledge and documentation expertise across a range of projects. Julian is hands-on and responsible for concept realisation, working closely with clients, studio members and suppliers to manage expectations and ensure delivery.

Julian Frood, Designer at BrandCulture, Sydney Australia
BrandCulture Communications
Sydney, Australia

BrandCulture Communications

Bringing brands to life. BrandCulture Communications is an award-winning design consultancy that works with clients across three key disciplines to ensure their brands live in the hearts and minds of their employees, stakeholders and customers.

To increase engagement, brands need to demonstrate – not just communicate – their positioning, values and heritage. BrandCulture Communications help you do just that by creating unique opportunities for people to connect with your brand.

Nick Bannikoff

Nick Bannikoff is a Design Director at BrandCulture in Sydney, Australia and co-chair for the Sydney Chapter.

He graduated as an architect and industrial designer in 1991, and today he is one of Australia’s leading wayfinding and experiential designers.

Nick Bannikoff
BrandCulture Communications
Sydney, Australia

Stephen Minning

Stephen Minning is a member of the 2018 SEGD Board and Founder and Managing Director of BrandCulture in Australia.

Stephen is a branding and wayfinding specialist with over 20 years of international experience working with blue chip companies and public sector organizations.

HEadshot of Stephen Minning, Managing Director of BrandCulture
BrandCulture Communications
Sydney, Australia

BrandCulture: The Future of Built Environments After COVID-19

BrandCulture: The Future of Built Environments After COVID-19

Read Time: 4 minutes

The novel coronavirus has shown how vulnerable many sectors are to future pandemics. While occupancy levels are lower, it’s the perfect time to create more resilient, adaptive spaces, and the experiential graphic design industry has the potential to lead the way.

Sydney studio BrandCulture has published a series of articles explaining how COVID-19 will impact the design of built environments from hospitality and education to healthcare and public spaces. Here are a few of its key observation-based predictions, broken down by sector:

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