Designing a website interlacing with the design aesthetic of a 2-woman architectural firm

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The spare, minimal - yet often sensual - design aesthetic of HB-Architecture, a boutique firm located near the grounds of the Palace of Versailles a short distance out of Paris, called for a similar aesthetic treatment in crafting the website. 

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In this instance, the focus needed to be not only on the caliber of work the firm was producing, but also that it was a firm of two women - and that this reality needed to be part of their marketing/branding:

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As with any other portfolio website, an enormous amount of work goes into curating what projects - and the associated images of those projects - best represent the work of the firm and also showcase the sort of projects the firm is striving to gain in the future.

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Then it's simply a matter of selecting a method - in this instance a clean slideshow style selected from one of dozens of other architectural portfolio sites we explored - and letting the pictures tell the story:

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