Jenna Hagan

Studio 160 Identity

Auckland DHB

Studio 160 is a co-op working space within the Auckland DHB. Established in 2019, it has developed into a bustling office with a bookable workshop (The Apartment) and maker space. Currently it’s home to Ara Manawa, Performance Improvement, EPMO, Strategy, QSR, Data & Digital with others joining soon. 

The Studio identity is a representation of the collaborative nature of the teams at 160. The overarching goal of all the teams in our studio is to enhance the experience for patients, whānau and staff at the Auckland DHB. Each team is responsible for creating and upholding a space that is welcoming and respectful, which are ADHB values.

When I joined Ara Manawa, our space was and still is a work in progress. My first task was to develop an identity for Studio 160, update collateral and develop the visual-spatial experience. The development of this identity is iterative and explorative, which means as time goes on it will continue to adapt to the needs of the Studio and be open to collaborative-design-development.

Currently, the Unitec Design School is in collaboration with Ara Manawa to further develop the Studio 160 Identity of which I am guiding and providing feedback.

  • Logo
  • Colour Palette
  • Visual Motif
  • Meeting Room Glass
  • Wayfinding
  • Community Wall
  • Karakia Cards

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