Corbin Design (Traverse City, Mich.) designed the new wayfinding signage recently unveiled at Forest Park in St. Louis. The wayfinding program is designed to help 13 million annual visitors navigate the urban park. The system encompasses 239 signs, including directionals, park maps, kiosks, and banners. ASI Signage Innovations was the project fabricator.
Other Corbin Design projects have recently been installed in Detroit and Buffalo, N.Y. Corbin Design developed the wayfinding program for the new Detroit Medical Center Heart Hospital, a six-story, 215,000-sq.-ft. facility connected to DMC Harper University Hospital. The hospital opened July 29.
Corbin Design also developed the newly installed exterior wayfinding program for SUNY Buffalo State. Part of a comprehensive campus-wide wayfinding system, the exterior program encompasses more than 200 signs, including gateways, vehicular and pedestrian signs, information kiosks, and building and street identification.