Posts tagged as 'wayfinding'

Sun 25.10.

Here and Now: new wayfinding and place-making

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.10.2015 - Tagged as: , ,

41 Places: city-wide Brighton arts festival installation, embedding 41 true-life stories around the city; photo: Kenny Laurenson

41 Places: city-wide Brighton arts festival installation, embedding 41 true-life stories around the city; photo: Kenny Laurenson

Wayfinding and place-making is, well, going places. Graphic designer and place-making specialist Richard Wolfströme looks at what happens when 2D gives 3D architectural space that extra dimension.

 

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Louis Vuitton Foundation, Paris

Louis Vuitton Foundation, Paris

Paris – The Louis Vuitton Foundation has opened the doors of its showplace dedicated to contemporary design, in the heart of the bois de Boulogne. Designed as a complete work of art, even the signage for visitors – by TF, using a concept from Zélé and Téra-création – meets the aesthetic and functional requirements of this new, iconic art centre.

 

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Information and directional signage fuses with its architectural host at the aptly named Signterior office/retail building in Shanghai. The wayfinding was designed by ujidesign of Tokyo; architecture by A-ASTERISK and A-I-SHA. Photos Nakaça & Partners

Information and directional signage fuses with its architectural host at the aptly named Signterior office/retail building in Shanghai. The wayfinding was designed by ujidesign of Tokyo; architecture by A-ASTERISK and A-I-SHA. Photos Nakaça & Partners

Feeling a little bit lost? It’s no surprise, really. As populations grow, cities expand, international travel increases and we all work (and live) harder and faster, it seems that there are ever more new and complex terrains to navigate. Enter a number of highly considered wayfinding systems that help you make sense of the space around you. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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