Multimedia

Monitors integrated into the improvised train's windows on which passengers can see the surrounding landscape rolling by. (image: screen fashioned as train window)
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Baggage boxes, once used to transport freight, have now become information boxes. Exhibits can be viewed by peering through the round hole. (image: child leans to view exhibit in box)
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An exhibition as a virtual journey through time and space, experienced through the interaction of multimedia, graphics and authentic objects. (image: exhibition space with many wooden boxes)
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The angling and rest spots are an interpretation of an aquatic plant, the Bog Arum (Calla palustris) that one finds on lake shores.  (image: orange fishing pavilion)
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Angler's Seats  (image: man fishing at orange fishing pavilion)
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By combining the functional aspect, sustainable materials and the presentation of information, a qualitative landscape and a long-term contribution to environmental protection was reached.  (image: orange fishing pavilion)
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The environmentally friendly solution helps the town to manage the flow of visitors and provides the user-friendly infrastructure by the lake. (image: orange fishing pavilion)
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Angler's Seats (image: man fishes from orange bench)
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Angler's Seats (image: man fishes from orange bench)
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Lower leaves contain integrated information about the lake's fish and the legends of Aluksne. A ruler was integrated to measure the size of the fish catch. (image: metal punched fish finder with ruler)
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Rod holders are provided to support fishing rods, the use of stone ensures the seats' long term use. (image: man fishes from orange bench)
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Placing address signage at Sky-level provided the best visibility from the narrow and visually polluted passages. (image: sign wraps top corner of building)
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Gate signs were used to identify access points to the neighborhood as it often lacked roads for vehicular access. (image: images of neighborhood gate locations)
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Gate signs were used to identify access points to the neighborhood with heads up area maps. (image: gate sign)
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Placing address signage at Sky-level provided the best visibility from the narrow and visually polluted passages. (image: narrow sidewalk with signage high on corner of building)
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Placing address signage at Sky-level provided the best visibility from the narrow and visually polluted passages. (image: view looking up from neighborhood)
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The design team collaborated with emergency responders and residents to develop a meaningful and effective wayfinding solution. (image: collection of images, including emergency personnel)
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Geumho-dong, a hilltop pocket of older residential houses as a singular cluster without roads. (image: crowded overhead view of neighborhood)
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Graphics not only exist from floor to ceiling, but playground equipment was also custom fabricated as a pop-out form of graphic as well. (image: children playing on winding green plaything)
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Children now have a safe cultural place to play in this neighborhood that is void of public parks. (image: two children sit on a bench behind vivid backdrop)
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All furniture and playground equipment were custom made and installed to create a 3D form of graphic representation. (image: various views of street furniture)
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Happy Road consists of graphic designs that were directly inspired by views from within the neighborhood the space was designed for. (image: green and yellow representation of buildings)
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The Yulha Play Zone covers a 250 meter length of riverside walk with mixed media graphic installations in an unexpected setting. (image: brightly-painted underpass with seating)
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The Yulha Art Lounge is located in an area that is heavily restricted from developing due to its proximity to an air force base, an international airport, a river and bustling highway. (image: wide view showing industrial area)
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Yulha Play Zone is comprised of 3 sections: Yulha Fun, Happy Road and River Walk, each with unique graphics and installations (image: illustrations of zones)
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Yulha Art Lounge is community park creation project along the Yulha River in Dong-gu, Daegu, South Korea (image: map)
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Daytime view on the overpass (image: detail of pavement in day light)
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Night view on the overpass (image: detail of pavement in black light)
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The daytime view of the Jahadam Project (image: overpass)
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A nighttime view of the Jahadam Project. (image: overpass glowing at night with florescence)
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Through tactile knobs and Virtual Reality visitors can look into the past and become a part of the Law council which was a part of the General Assembly in Iceland that was founded in 930 AD. (image: three visitors at small podiums using exhibit)
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This installation gives a good overview of different foreign rulers over Iceland and how its people gradually gained back sovereignty with a full independence in 1944. (image: person using touchscreen maps)
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If in doubt; Ask the Rangers in eight different languages! In this installation they have answers to the ten most common questions. (image: person looking at digital "ranger" on screen)
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This presence-sensing installation tells the geological story of Þingvellir and how it was formed. It is composed of an interactive floor, presence sensing and 3D animation. (image: person standing over digital projection of lava and mountains)
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In this installation visitors become archaeologists and dig for artifacts that have been found at Þingvellir – and often tell a good story. (image: touch-enabled table)
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Illustrations of vikings
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It was mandatory for chieftains to attend the General Assembly during Viking times. Some had to travel long distances in a harsh environment where the trip could take over two weeks. (image: detail of 3D landscape map)
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Routes to Þingvellir: In this tactile installation visitors navigate an elevated landscape of Iceland while animating their trail in a 3D view on screens. (image: visitors touch 3D map of landscape)
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show the detail (image: LED lane arrows embedded into street)
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how to solve problem (image: LED lane arrows embedded into street)
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show the problem (image: LED lane arrows embedded into street)
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Keep visible-LED TRAFFIC GUIDE LINE (image: LED lane arrows embedded into street)
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Directories carry the brand and architectural language up the five floors of the library. (image: stacked directory)
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Colors and shapes are used to create wayfinding that brings information and delight to visitors. (image: bright geometric signs)
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Interpretive stack ends tell the story of Calgary. (image: library shelves with printed graphic on side)
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Simple, friendly approach to the colors and pictograms are welcoming to visitors of all ages. (image: library stacks, young girl)
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Exterior identification welcomes visitors. (image: library entrance)
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Clear and concise information alongside simple pictograms are used to achieve easier comprehension to all users. (image: wooden library wayfinding)
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The grid and shapes are derived from the facade pattern. A rationalization of the shapes creates a flexible system which adapts to the different needs throughout the library. (image: facade)
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9x9m Doot Doot Doot Lighting Installation referencing the process of fermentation. (image: bar with overhead installation)
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