“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
We were commissioned by Guardian News & Media to design the wayfinding and signage for their new offices in Kings Place, London.
Nike EMEA Headquarters commissioned UXUS to be part of the team to redesign their corporate canteen.
Italian architect Fabio Novembre delights us with his work for the Triennale Design Museum in Milan, Italy. The exhibition uses a colorful coding system that guides the visitor through a variety of Italian graphic design, that includes packaging, advertising, branding systems, videos and books.
Latitude was given the opportunity to add some life to the QV Melbourne carpark by implementing a series of large scale environmental graphics. The design took inspiration from early modernist graphic design, and acts as both environmental graphics as well as wayfinding.
Communication and environmental design studio P-06 Atelier was commissioned to design the installation SKIN for the Pavilion of Knowledge (Pavilhão do Conhecimento) in Lisbon, Portugal.
P-06 Atelier was commissioned by EPAL– Empresa Portuguesa das Águas Livres, to develop a way finding system for their company.
After JWT renovated its five-story midtown Manhattan headquarters, EGG Office developed a comprehensive signage and graphics program, creating an easily navigable system that tied in seamlessly with the design of the new space, and developing unique identities for each floor and department.
The Falls Creek Alpine Resort required the development of a wayfinding system to help visitors navigate the complex ski resort.
EGG Office designed a comprehensive exterior and interior environmental graphics program for the new-build corporate headquarters of Australia’s largest investment bank—an 11-story, 330,000-square-foot office building.