All Posts in the ‘Exteriors’ Category

The Temple of AgapeNovember 12, 2014 / No Comments Yet

Bright neon colors and bold typography make up the new project designed by Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan. They were commissioned by the Southbank Centre for their summer ‘Festival of Love’.
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Erzsébet Square IdentityAugust 29, 2014 / No Comments Yet

Hidden Characters designed the identity and wayfinding system for Erzsébet Square, one of the most attractive touristic and recreational zones of Budapest’s inner city.
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Hotel MinhoMarch 04, 2014 / No Comments Yet

The design studio R2 Design worked on this signage project for Hotel Minho.
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New 42nd Street StudiosFebruary 03, 2014 / No Comments Yet

We are not sure of the year this project was created, but it’s definitely an addition to Pentagram’s list of incredible EGD projects.
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Hamer HallOctober 24, 2013 / No Comments Yet

In 2012 the refurbished Hamer Hall in Melbourne opened its doors, with a new concert hall, redesigned atrium space, and world class facilities throughout. The updated building once again sits comfortably amongst Melbourne’s iconic arts precinct, and now links St Kilda Road with Southbank.
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The Movement CaféFebruary 06, 2013 / No Comments Yet

The Movement, Greenwich, is London’s most colourful temporary café and performance space and the creation of a new gateway to the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
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The Rocks Market WayfindingJanuary 29, 2013 / 1 Comment

The Rocks Market cycle signage is a gorilla marketing approach to integrate site-specific wayfinding and directional signage into an historic precinct. The studio Deuce Design sourced a variety of vintage bikes, restoring and creating hand-painted signage to complete the picture.
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Wayfinding WesterdalsJanuary 21, 2013 / No Comments Yet

“Westerdals is one of the leading communication schools in Norway, ranked as one of the top ten creative schools in the world. The new building, drawn by Kristin Jarmund Arkitekter (KJARK), is situated at Vulkan in Oslo, an old industrial area. It was nominated for both the Statens Byggskikkpris and Oslo City Architecture Award 2012.
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Made in BirminghamNovember 28, 2012 / No Comments Yet

Studio Makgill was commissioned by Birmingham City Council and Standard 8 to create the identity and graphics for an exhibition celebrating Birmingham’s infamous 1886 exhibition of Local Manufacturers and Natural History.
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Family PromiseJuly 06, 2012 / No Comments Yet

Brunet-García Advertising worked with Family Promise to develop an awareness campaign that spoke to the ever-growing issue of homelessness while promoting their Cardboard City fundraiser.
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