Looking back through Berlin studio Neubau’s body of work you’ll notice everything is monochrome, set in sans-serif typefaces and all made up of decidedly clean lines. You could call this safe, but you could also call it confident and surprisingly restrained. There is something to be said for design that can’t hide behind itself, and for all its plainness, the work also packs a quiet punch. That Neubau can make use of the absolute bare minimum and still produce strong, refined work is a triumph in itself.
— a fragment from It’s Nice That