Sometimes, while driving, one comes to an intersection with lots of signs, many lanes, and a maybe a few traffic lights as well.
Kiku Obata is a Director of Kiku Obata & Company
The District Burlington is a 13 building, 54-acre office complex in Burlington, Massachusetts, outside of Boston and part of the Route 128 high-tech corridor. The development, previously called the New England Executive Park, was built in the 1960s through the 1980s. While the location in the Boston area’s technology hub was highly desirable, the facilities were showing their age and no longer made sense for modern workplaces.
Stephen Minning—Managing Director of BrandCulture, Director of PAM and SEGD Board Member—has been selected for elevate61, an accelerator program to help companies fast track their growth into the United States.
The Port of Seattle is doubling down so you won't get lost at Sea-Tac Airport. It's spending $2 million on a plan that includes hiring wayfinding experts and upgrading signage.
Stefan Kubli is the President and started Infonorm North America in 1998. He has since grown the business considerably.
Stefan Kubli has over 25 years in the sign industry with a background in tool and die making along with a degree in business from ITA in Zurich, Switzerland.
Infonorm offers precision Swiss made modular sign and wayfinding systems for applications in schools, nursing homes, public spaces and commercial offices.
In his free time Stefan enjoys mountain biking, skiing and computer technology.
Gemini, a wholesale manufacturer of dimensional letters, logos and plaques, simplifies signage specification through ARCAT.com, a leading online resource of building product information.
A mandate to increase visitation from Parks Canada and a desire to better communicate the history of the land, its people and culture led to a thoughtful graphic and architectural installation at Batoche in Saskatchewan.
When Calgary Airport in Alberta, Canada, began planning a major expansion to include the addition of two new concourses with 24 new gates, they knew a smooth transition would require an expert team of wayfinding professionals.
Whybrow Wayfinding and creative partners Atelier Works have been shortlisted in this year’s Transform Awards Europe.