Communication & Design

Christiane Wagner is the founder and art director of the Art Style Communication & Editions. After receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Design (2003) with first-class honors and gaining experience, she founded her studio (2003), Art Style Communication & Design (Art Style Communication & Editions, since 2010). While working for Art Style as a designer, she established a magnificent achievement, taking on projects requiring high levels of creativity and technical skills and frequently working under very tight deadlines. Sony, Crompton Corporation, Crossfield (Gessy Lever), Seaquist Valois, Akzo Nobel, and Fiat Group were among her significant clients from 2003 until 2010. Since 2010 she also started to develop editorial projects and has also been responsible for projects focusing on sustainability in urban design and architecture, aiming for solutions in visual communication by working with video, traditional and digital images, drawing, illustration, and photography.

Art Style Communication & Editions

Art Style | Art & Culture International Magazine

The Art Style Magazine’s project was started in the early 2014s and was implemented in 2018, with the first issue in March 2019. Christiane Wagner is the founder, editor-in-chief and creative director of Art Style, Art & Culture International Magazine, an open-access, biannual, and peer-reviewed online magazine that aims to bundle cultural diversity. All values of cultures are shown in their varieties of art. Beyond the importance of the medium, form, and context in which art takes its characteristics, art is considered the significance of socio-cultural, historical, and market influence.

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If you want to know more about some former projects, click here.

Newsletter Research Committee ISA RC57 [Editor and Designer].

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The most recent logo’s design and visual identity

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1. Logo Kinderhilfe Visual Identity Guideline [design]

2. Logo Research Committee ISA RC14 Visual Identity Guideline [design]

3. Logo Research Committee ISA RC14 Visual Identity Guideline [redesign]

4. Logo Research Committee CR38 Visual Identity Guideline [design]

5. Logo Research Committee ISA RC57 Visual Identity Guideline [design]

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Digital Illustrations

Sketches Product Design (1)

Sketches Product Design (2)

Sketches Product Design (3)

This project was designed based on a monument in Cuneo (1962), adapted from Aldo Rossi’s design at a scale of 1:100. In Cuneo project, Aldo Rossi is exploiting the ‘concept of type’ to create a monument that interrelates ancient to modern examples of memorial monuments, without specific associations or distinct characterising of any particular style in history. Cumeo project reflects the city’s past without replicating specific buildings and as such, Rossi’s project can be seen as a contribution, an influence of how the city of Cuneo is going to become. Cumeo project marks the memory of a historical event, through specific architectural typology, an ideological project which requires the visitors/viewers to think about the past and engage in the sensory experience of the memorial.
Such perception has brought new ideas for other projects about the artificial ambiance and materials limits. This project shows the possibility of constant transformation and seeks to understand the relationships between individuals and their environment.
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Movie: Typology adapted from Aldo Rossi’s design.

Urban Work: Design, Technology, and Interactivity

Urban Work discusses interior architecture, furniture design, integrating environments, and facilitating communication with video conference and multimedia devices. This research resulted in the implementation of the project, developed by Christiane Wagner with designers Patrick Protti and Pedro Guarinon. To see the project, please click here.

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