“STONE SOUP Architecture + Design” is an architectural firm that brings together experts from Architecture, Engineering and Construction disciplines to work collaboratively with clients. Multi-disciplinary individuals gather to work, collaborate and build together.
1. Deep meaning/moral of the story in abstract graphics is preferred.
2. Logo to express the following value and moral of the Stone Soup story:
3. The logo should reflect that the company is an architectural practice.
4. Abstract representation of geometric shapes, solids and forms may be used.
Stone Soup is an old folk story with a deep meaning behind sharing and gaining from each other. The name of the company is based on the value and moral of this story: Collaboration, Partnership, Sharing and Teamwork. As in the fable/classic story of Stone Soup where people collaborate together to solve a problem, this company offers collaboration between architects, engineers, general contractors and clients to bring an architectural project to reality.
See the illustrated Stone Soup story through the following link and also, Google for “Stone Soup story” to learn more: https://youtu.be/P_TXIoiuBd4
THE STONE SOUP STORY
Three travelers returning home were hungry. When they saw a village ahead their spirits lifted - they were sure the villagers would give them a meal.
But when they got there, they found the doors locked and the windows closed. After many years of austerity, the villagers were short of food. and hoarded what they had.
Undeterred the travelers boiled a pot of water and carefully placed a stone into it. The amazed villagers came out to watch.
"This is Stone Soup", the travelers explained, "
Is that all you put in it?" asked the villagers.
"Absolutely - although some say it tastes even better with a few carrots."
A villager ran off, returning in no time with a basket of carrots from his hoard. A couple of minutes later, the villagers again asked;
"Is that It?"
"Well," said the travelers, couple of potatoes give It body."
Off ran another villager …
More villagers walk by, each adding another ingredient.
Eventually the collaborative effort produced a delicious pot of Stone Soup for all to enjoy.
They sat down with the entire village to enjoy the first square meal any of them had eaten in months.