Houzz Logo

Houzz Logo

A popular website about architecture, interior and landscape design, Houzz was created in 2009 by two entrepreneurs: Adi Tatarko and Alon Cohen.

Meaning and history Houzz Logo

Houzz Logo

The Houzz logo consists of two parts: the emblem itself and the wordmark. The emblem is a combination of four triangles (black, white, and two green ones) and two rhombuses. The wordmark is given in black lowercase letters.

Requirements concerning the symbol Houzz

Houzz symbol

The company brand guide requires the symbol and wordmark to be locked up horizontally only. It also mentions that while the symbol may be used on its own, the wordmark cannot be used without the symbol.

3D versions of the emblem Houzz

Houzz emblem

In addition to the regular 2D logo, 3D versions may be used. The 3D effect is created by either color grading effect applied on the green triangles or by adding new elements from the right side of the emblem.

Font of the Houzz Logo

Font Houzz Logo

The Houzz logo utilizes a perfectly clear, minimalistic sans serif typeface. The space between the letters is rather wide.

Color of the Houzz Logo

Color Houzz Logo

The two primary colors are green (Pantone 368C or Pantone 382U) and black. The background is white. In case it is necessary to use an additional color, two shades of grey are acceptable (Pantone cool gray 1C and Pantone cool gray 9C).