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New Client Introduction // Sugar Cane Jamaica

An escape to paradise. Unexplored distinctive luxury. Pristine beaches, waterfalls, and miles of tropical foliage. A rare destination on Jamaica’s untouched northern coast.

With these inspiration phrases and a strong moodboard we set off to develop the brand for Sugar Cane Jamaica, a self-contained, one-of-a-kind Caribbean resort/residential development in a master planned community.

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helium creative // featured in the sun sentinel

helium is in the news! We’re honored to be featured in a recent issue of the Sun Sentinel. We usually feel shy and don’t toot our own horn, but seeing our name pop up on such a big platform as the Sun Sentinel makes us take a moment to really evaluate the impact of our work. It’s a testament to the value we bring our clients through our tested brand development + design process, all while absolutely loving what we do for each and every project.

Check out the full article below, which goes into how we create award-winning brand campaigns for luxury real estate projects. Happy reading!

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branding + interiors // quite the design duo

With helium creative being the go-to brand development + design studio for luxury condominium real estate projects, it’s important for us to take interior design into consideration when creating the brand experience. The process usually depends on what stage we enter the real estate project.

With Bijou Bay Harbor, we were involved with the project from the very beginning – coming on board at the same time as the interior designer, Adriana Hoyos. We created the brand mood board, logo + colors, and presented them to the developer and interior design team. They loved our direction and incorporated many brand elements into the sales center design.

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A Peek at the Creation of Our New Home

The move to our new studio space quickly approaches at the end of this month, and Chris has been designing his little heart away.

 

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Most people spend more time at work than they do at home. That definitely includes us. Happily, of course! Keeping this in mind, Chris always approaches the office design [it will be helium’s third studio] with the same love and attention he gives his home, with the hope to inspire creativity.  The look and feel of a space is a reflection of who you are, it impacts the area and helps to make the community. It sets the tone when people visit and leaves a lasting impression. It is an extension of the brand, of the full experience.

For the new beach studio Chris selected the same rustic elements – the wood, the concrete and of course plants, but in more refined finishes. A smooth surface on the wood instead of rough and reclaimed, polished concrete instead of unfinished.

 

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A similar and inviting, approachable color palette.

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The intention was to intertwine the helium personality and eclectic design aesthetic with the feel of the location, a charming collection of mid-century modern buildings each with the unique, personalized touch of their inhabitants.

This collection of drool worthy industrial design goodness inspired the space we will soon call home.

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We plan to showcase more of our own work in the new space, on shelves and as a gallery wall.

 

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We all know Chris is most excited about incorporating plants into the new space; he finds comfort in nature and bringing plants in is the next best thing. A cascading, living plant wall in the back of the space and lush, planter boxes in front of the glass storefront will make it so the glass disappears and literally bring the outside in.

 

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Two lounge areas will soften the space, one in front will be a cozy waiting area and the other in back will be a more private inspiration nook.

We’d love to hear what you think of our plans and hope you stop by to say hi! We’ll be just north of Oakland Park Blvd. + A1A at
3327 NE 32nd Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308

Be sure to follow us on Instagram for frequent updates. 😉