What's below the turtle shell?
The turtle is the mascot of the Logos Group. It was originally created just for the fun of it before it went on to become the company's very symbol. We then decided to create a series of iconic commemorative turtles that eventually caught up and became a fixture, not to mention a great way to bolster the corporate image. ... read more
In our line of work we rarely meet our collaborators in person so we decided to share the commemorative turtles with them in order to make them feel part of an extended community and also as a reminder of the historic events depicted in each installment.
In this way, we seek to strengthen our partnerships, which is a key aspect of our business.
Log on to http://www.logos.net/turtles/ for a full up-to-date turtle archive sorted by category or by celebrated date.
20th October 1973
On 20th October 1973 the Sydney Opera House, destined to become, along with the bay and the imposing Harbour Bridge, a symbol not only of a city but an entire nation, was inaugurated.
The distinctive element of the building is surely its roof (considered one of the heaviest in the world), structured in “10 shells” sustained by arches, which seen from afar, with the marina in the background, seem like sails. Inside, the feather in its cap is represented by the Grand Organ with over 10,500 pipes.