(Est. 1971) “The Hochschule Hannover (HsH) is a Fachhochschule (University of Applied Sciences) in Hanover. It’s the second largest university in Hanover. Approximately 9,200 students in five faculties at several locations in Hannover benefit from a wide range of opportunities offered to study at the University of Hannover. International viewpoint and regionally, the college offers an extraordinarily broad-based range of subjects. In addition to the technology, economics and the social services also varied media and creative programs are represented by internationally renowned high quality of education at the University of Hannover.”
Anne Andrea (Hannover, Germany)
In the future, large, self-confident "H" will be used on all media. It contributes to the self-understanding of the university bill to be an integral part of the city and the region: classic and unfussy it represents the high standards that the university provides to themselves and others. It is localization and powerful symbol at the same time. The striking trademark is not only an optical clip: It also allows individual organizational units to independently represent — and always to be part of the University of Hannover.
Anne Andrea project page (Google translated)
Images (opinion after)
This is very nicely done, from the extra large "H" and its underscore to the typography to the applications. Very German-looking with a lovely dash of color.
Thanks to Brandemia for the tip.