Introducing our new logo
In 2016, the firm which was formally known as “HMP Advocates” rebranded its identity as “Harvardy, Marieta & Mauren”. Along with the rebranding of our name, we introduced our new logo which is based on a ‘Kawung’ Batik pattern structured from the letter H+M+M.
Kawung is one of Batik patterns that has been developed for almost 12 (twelve) centuries. Kawung pattern is an old pattern from Java in the shape of sugar palm fruit stacked in place forming a square. The name and pattern of Kawung was taken from a type of fruit from a Palm Tree that has a white flesh behind its thick-hard skin. The peeled fruit looks just alike the pattern of Kawung that people knows until now.
History stated that there are several meaning behind the art of Kawung Batik. Some of which are wisdom, self-composure, and a clean heart without any desire of arrogance. Batik with Kawung pattern was worn by the king and the family. It symbolizes justice and power.