The Entro (Toronto) design team whips up some tasteful branding, wayfinding, and placemaking solutions for Centennial College’s School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts.
Thoughts and Opinions
By Marty Gregg, Principal, ArtHouse Design, Denver
Dating back to ancient empires and cultures, wayfinding historically helped the adventurous traveler navigate new and unmarked territories. Enhancing the user experience in today’s hot real estate market, wayfinding helps owners and managers of residential, commercial, industrial and land properties build their brand reputation—and save time and money.
Daktronics has partnered with Pinecrest to manufacture and install a 1,008-square-foot LED video display at the new, highly-anticipated mixed-use district opening in Cleveland's suburb of Orange Village, Ohio. The display will be installed this spring and ready to welcome visitors to the new retail development as tenants start to open this May. The vibrant new east side destination will feature high-caliber and sought-after apparel, home and specialty stores—many of which are first-to-market.
CampusOne is an exciting new 890-bed student residence on College Street and Spadina Avenue at the University of Toronto. Located across the street from UofT’s main campus, the residence is steps from many Toronto destinations and offers five-star amenities, furnished suites, a dining program for students and on-site security.
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