BUROBRAAK is an Amsterdam based social design agency with a focus on visual identities
and 3D communications.
We develop visual identities, websites, books, exhibitions and events from concept through to production supervision.
BUROBRAAK collaborates with a network of strategists, copywriters, designers, webdesigners, architects, filmmakers and performing artists. This approach ensures that every project and brand gains a unique but relevant perspective.
We will be in Japan from the 15 – 27th of october. Tokyo Design Week & Tokyo Fashion Week… read more
In 2011 we organized the Tree of life festival. After four years the old poplar tree needed a make… read more
After making a move to a new builing and implementing a new communications stategy, developed by KforKnowledge, Van Asselts… read more
KforKnowledge asked us to develop a dynamic identity for the ESCAP (European Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry) 2017… read more
By hanging billboards in front of the exhibition stands rather than behind it, Kubik developed a successful new ‘Gallery’… read more
TerRa is a European project supported by the European Commission DG Home Affairs. The objective of TerRa is to… read more
The Dutch Knowledge Center of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is targeting a new audience with its communications. With recent… read more
2013 marked the 150th anniversary of the ending of slavery in the Netherlands. With the exhibition ‘Black & White’… read more
The Dutch Knowledge Center of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is targeting councils and other regional organizations in response to… read more
This new guideline provides tools for people and organizations involved in psychosocial support after shocking events. We took care… read more
GGD Amsterdam (Public Health Service of Amsterdam) and Impact developed this online victims survey to register the quality of… read more
The character of ‘Zwarte Piet’ (Black Pete) in the Dutch ‘Sinterklaas’ festival has been a growing controversy in The… read more
Following the abolition of slavery in The Netherlands, freed slaves received surnames. More than 11,000 names can be found… read more
Burobraak transports the discussion about Black & White outside the Tropenmuseum by introducing the “Babblebox”, a mobile video message… read more
2013 marked the 150th anniversary of the ending of slavery in the Netherlands. Keti Koti festival on July 1st… read more