Studio Albert Romagosa, founded on early 2014, is a full-service graphic design and creative direction office operating from Barcelona to the world. Our work focuses on the values of the product or brand, starting with a tailored analysis of the clients needs and finishing with an exquisite visual formalization.
The studio works for all kind of clients across a wide range of disciplines developing visual identities, brand strategies, websites, art direction, printed design, books, magazines, naming, communication collateral and many more.
Studio Albert Romagosa's work has been published in several prestigious magazines and books such as It’s Nice That, This is paper, Étapes France, Index Book and Thames & Hudson.
Aside to running the office, Albert gives lectures and teaches at different design universities and guides the Design of Periodicals project in the Master in Editorial Design at ELISAVA.
Member of the Presidential Board of ADG-FAD (Art Directors and Graphic Designers Association) between 2015 and 2018, Albert has been Chairman at the ADG Laus Awards in 2016 and 2017.
Awards & Jury
2018 – ADG Laus. Silver. Visual identity for small company
2018 – ADG Laus. Bronze. Experimental typography
2018 – ADG Laus. Bronze. Corporate publication
2017 – ADG Laus. Jury Chairman. Graphic Design category
2016 – ADG Laus. Jury Chairman. Students category
2015 – ADG Laus. Silver. Periodical publication
2015 – ADG Laus. Silver. Complete book
Bimba y Lola, Stella McCartney Kids, Unicef, Sony Music, Barcelona City Council, Puig, ETSAB/UPC, L35 Architects, CANADA, Althaia Foundation, BAAS Architects.
Elogio de la Libertad
Albert's first book as an editor collects essays, conversations and writings by artists, architects and designers around the idea of Freedom. Buy here
We are also behind Melancolía, a magazine questioning the limits of beauty in art. We proudly share this project with Adolfo Abejón.
Melancolía Volume One – Sold Out
Melancolía Volume Two – Sold Out
Melancolía Volume Three – Sold Out
Melancolía Volume Four – Buy here