We at iosta were asked by designers and architect to come up with a unique, customisable, and confident wayfinding system, one that can be used in any environment to suit the aesthetics of any physical space or brand.
By carefully considering the needs of designers and architects, we devised an extruded aluminium modular system that can be configured according to any signage needs.
Jameson Distillery Bow St. is the ultimate Jameson brand home experience in the newly restored historical building where John Jameson began distilling whiskey in 1780. It’s a living and active social space that engages guests in sensorial and immersion experiences to ignite a deep, lasting connection to the Jameson brand.
Dublin Airport’s new 15,000-sm Pier D has 12 boarding gates and can accommodate up to 10 million passengers per year.
To create visual diversions for passengers, project architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill also worked with the airport on an environmental graphics program featuring mural-sized portraits honoring Ireland’s literary giants. Fully integrated with the interior concept, the graphics help distinguish the gates while responding to the elongated circulation space with a design that seems to change when viewed from various distances.