If you're a Winston Churchill fan, you already know this, but The Old War Office building was used as Churchill's headquarters during World War II. With so much history created between the walls, you'd think the building would be used as a museum, but instead, the building has been transformed into The OWO, now known for its luxury residences.
With branding designed by The Greenspace , there's no lacking of pure luxury that pulls inspiration from the building's past. The typeface itself is inspired by the beginning of the historic building and is aptly named "1906." Not to mention, the color palette is soothing yet completely lavish, perfect for a building of this magnitude.
The Owo is a building where lavishness and history collide to form a magical fortress that people would be lucky to call home.