I love the environmental graphics that Barcelona-based design studio Toormix has done for their clients. Their last project for Children‘s Daytime Oncology and Hematology Center at Vall d’Hebron University Hospital (Barcelona) is just as wonderful and creative as their work for Jaleo Restaurant and China Poblano Restaurant.
Great interior design doesn’t have to be expensive and it shouldn’t be difficult to implement. Even if the space is big or small, the right materials, graphics and colors can be mixed together to create a special atmosphere and transform a place.
In 2014, the Gustav Heinemann community center in Bremen, Germany reopened its doors. With a history of over 30 years, the center now functions as home for over 13 institutions on six floors.
Pentagram designed this incredible space for Teach for America, a non-profit organization that recruits teachers for underserved communities throughout the United States.
Karhu (“Bear”) is the bestselling brand of beer in Finland, with a history going back to the 1920’s. Bond was asked to give the brand a makeover to ensure its continued relevance in the new millennium.
Marc & Chantal is a multicultural and multidisciplinary team that have 20 years of experience working in design, from branding and marketing, all the way to wayfinding and environmental graphics.
Black and white with a splash of color is always a great way to go when designing an elegant and clear wayfinding system. Barcelona’s design studio PFP, Disseny Gràfic used big and bold typography to make Castelldefels’ Central Library come to life.
Plasma Nodo is a design studio located in Antioquia, Colombia. They work as a multidisciplinary group combining graphic and industrial design in their projects, and they are the masterminds behind this incredible bar called La Condesa.
Massey University is New Zealand’s biggest university. Strategy Design & Advertising, in collaboration with Athfield Architects, developed a flexible way-finding system and eye-catching super graphics that helped the library reclaim it’s relevance in the 21st century.
Pentagram’s Michael Bierut and his team have designed the program of signage, wayfinding and environmental graphics for the school, which is the first high school in the KIPP NYC network of 11 public charter schools and serves over 900 students in grades 9 through 12.