Foyers Lodge originally built in the 1800s and now lovingly restores as a boutique hotel. It nestled on the picturesque shores of Loch Ness in Scotland.
The lodge and the surrounding town of Foyers are famed for the ‘Fall of Foyers’ – a waterfall so beautiful that it has inspired many artists and writers, including Scotland’s most famous poet, Robert Burn.
The new brand identity is inspired by a poem from Burns. He wrote the beloved poem ‘Lines On The Fall Of Foyers Near Loch-Ness.’ It vividly depicts the allure and power of the waterfall and becomes intrinsically linked to the town and the lodge itself.
The creative approach embraces the stunning beauty of its surroundings whilst captures the creative energy. The chosen colours capture the four seasonal changes in the nature of Loch Ness while the expression of brush strokes symbolise human footprints in the nature.