I designed a logo for a university institute, which shall consist of the institute’s name on one side and the logo proper on the other. Both possible horizontal orders have their advantages and disadvantages, and thus I am considering to deliver two versions of the logo, one for each order. Whoever applies the logo can then choose whatever orientation fits best into the context. I will probably provide some simple guidelines for this purpose.
For example, the two variants could look like this:
Mind that this is only an example.
Am I missing some inherent disadvantage of supplying two alignments of the logo?
So far, I considered (and rejected):