Client is starting their own tiny house company where they design and sell the layouts of tiny homes, as well as build them.
They have a more modern approach to their designs that I wanted to capture.
I like the font, but what is the idea behind the mark? Something seems a bit off about it to me. A house in a box?
It's off to me too- think it is the slimming line that leads to the house- makes the box feel off on the angle (even though it isn't- it makes that illusion).
Not fond of this at all. It's just the generic house logo crammed into the generic cube logo. Reducing the image for print would be a nightmare.
Would you be able to get mockups or pictures of the client's house projects? It'd be neat to make a graphic based on one of their actual home designs; would give it a personal touch.
I am also wondering if the client is looking for a logo more focused on the "tiny" or "construction" aspect. Tiny makes me think of a cute logo, and construction makes me thing something more industrial. Not the easiest themes to combine!