BUROBRAAK is an Amsterdam based design agency with a focus on visual identities
and 3D communications.
We develop visual identities (on and offline) exhibitions, events, editorial and graphic design, 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.
Burobraak and Geke Lensink have a valuable relationship for over ten years collaborating on various exhibition and exhibit design… read more
Dutch Knowledge Center of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is targeting councils and other regional organizations in response to new… read more
2013 marked the 150th anniversary of the ending of slavery in the Netherlands. In the fall of 2012 we… 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
Commemoration of a disaster is a valuable component of processes of grief. Ritual, community, places and monuments are important… read more
Following the abolition of slavery in The Netherlands, freed slaves received surnames. More than 11,000 names can be found… read more
Terra is a European network- based prevention and learning program supported by the European Commission DG Home Affairs. Its… read more
Anna Lou asked us to update her visual identity. We created a new color scheme and basic graphics package… read more
As a spin off of the interactive mural design, we created an assortment of city-marketing tools for the ‘Gelkingestraat’… read more
Friday the 26th of October the mural conceptualized by artist Erwin Stienstra in Groningen was officially unveiled by Peter… read more
We organized a two days opening festival of the Boerhaaveplein(square) in Amsterdam-East. The city council and local residents have… read more
Eight renowned dutch architect offices are sharing office space in historic canal house Keizersgracht 126 in Amsterdam. Five offices… read more
New projects often emerge out of our personal interests and beliefs.The division of wealth, race, sexuality and cultural diversity… read more
Looking back on eight years of working with Impact, dutch knowledge & advice centre for post-disaster psychosocial care, we… read more