The book On the power of creativity provides an overview of Studio Sonda’s fifteen years of work and activity. It tells the story about how a self-initiated project led to the existence of a creative studio that boasts award winning and globally represented projects. Moreover, Studio Sonda is situated in a village of only about 300 people, Vižinada (Istria), where it significantly affects the development of the environment in which it operates.
At the competition Ideja X, held in Rovinj within the framework of Days of communication, Studio Sonda was awarded the Grand Prix, gold and silver Ideja X and Studio Sonda’s young talents won the Gran Prix at the Young Lions competition.
The Croatian Museum Society proclaimed The book that saves water as the best-realized publishing project, and the monograph The Austrian-Venetian border in Istria as the best research project that resulted in a professional publication of 2017
It is completely natural that a natural spring water stands for naturalness. The one that each of us has within ourselves and for which we are unique. The campaign toasts to all those who, despite all challenges, succeed in being consistent with their natural selves
The city of Rijeka as ECoC (European Capital of Culture) for 2020 was presented at the ITB Berlin Tourism Fair with a pavilion promoting programs for spring and summer 2018. Studio Sonda designed the accompanying publication: Do you sleep? eat? play? work?
Three years of fieldwork and 340 traveled miles are converted into a monograph by the Archaeological Museum that reconstructs the old Austrian – Venetian border of the Istria peninsula
Chosen by AIGA and Design Observer among 50 of the best world editions in 2016, Poreč firemen and Metaphoria II enter into the collection of rare books at Columbia University and Yale University
Our posters made for the Casanova Fest showcase within the big exhibition about sexuality in Istria, the end result of cooperation between museums of Istria.
For the 64th edition of Pula Film Festival the advertising surfaces help us imagine the screen size in the Arena. Since, the larger is the screen, the greater are the emotions