Perhaps a no brainer if the abbreviation of your organization is NNN, but while googling I did not see any design that was purer than this one among all variants of this letter combination. In addition to that purity, it is especially strong in this case because of the funny contrast between the icon that is created (factory) and subject (nature). Perhaps the only downside is that the designer has not taken care of those optical thick-thin differences that arise when a line is bent. That could have made the logo tighter and more balanced.
Tijs BonekampApe to Zebra
One assignment, two clients; the museum (Kröller-Müller Museum) and the initiator of the exhibition (Vereniging Rembrandt). To avoid the risk of a powerless compromise or conflict, we suggested turning the title into a logo and giving it its own identity. In this way, communication comes more emphatically to the fore and a form has been created with the diagonal lines, with which we can allow the very different artworks to enter into dialogue with each other. These dialogues contribute to the recognisability of the exhibition.