Southall Manor House

Client:
Ealing Council
Category:
Brand Identity

Southall Manor House is a grade II listed tudor-style historical building located in the borough of Ealing in west London. The building dates back to at least 1587 and has been completely renovated and extended to house a food and drink offer focusing on a broad range of fine dining, culinary education and community.

Following a competitive selection process United Creatives were appointed by Ealing Council to design the brand identity which takes its cue from the coats of arms which can be found above the lower ground fireplace and as representative of the borough. The central shield lock-up takes inspiration from the exterior tudor beams and the titling uses dual language due to the largely South Asian demographic.

Heraldry

A griffin (at left) represents a combination of intelligence of strength whilst a pegasus (at right) communicates wisdom. The crown relates to the coat of arms of the London borough of Ealing.