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.
This project was done in collaboration with ID/Lab. Büro North designed the signage, ID/Lab developed the wayfinding strategy.
Unilever is a global organization with the ambitious goal of doubling the size of its business by 2020, while committing to increasing its positive social impact and reducing its environmental footprint.
The Royal College of Art is the world’s most prestigious and influential postgraduate art and design school. Cartlidge Levene were appointed to design the wayfinding and signage for their Kensington site as well as their new purpose-built Battersea campus.
When Australia’s leading health insurer Medibank approached Cbus Property, their vision was for a new workplace that was vibrant, dynamic and that encouraged ‘a healthy and active way of working’.
Faster, Further, Higher. Smarter, brighter and better, that’s the walls of the new Adidas gym.
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.
For the new incarnation of Austin’s beloved children’s museum, Asterisk Group created a program of building signage and donor recognition to complement the workshop aesthetic of the new facility and its exhibits.
This new space designed by Ibos & Vitart consists in texts that have been selected from books in order to function as its signage system.
Architecture and urban design have become important tools in the fight against obesity and related chronic diseases. Practical changes to the design of buildings, towns and cities—locating stairs for visibility, creating networks of well-marked bike lines, designing streetscapes that are inviting for pedestrians—can help encourage physical activity and make the