Puebla, Mexico | 2015
The Archdiocese of Puebla decided to renew Puebla’s Cathedral visual identity, along with the book publication “Cathedral Living Treasure”. We were responsible for designing both the new brand and the book that presents the results of restoration works done at the religious site built more than 350 years ago.
The book shows architecture details, the organ, sculptures, the chorus’s artisan work and interior decorative elements such as textiles and gold and ivory figures. The finishing details add elegance and solemnity, emulating the magnitude of the building.
Since the cathedral is dedicated to the Immaculate Conception, we incorporated the silhouette as the main element for the visual identity. In cooperation with Puebla’s Restoration Workshop School, we developed a publication that highlights the cathedral’s historical and heritage importance.