The same monochrome colour pallet continued through the other signage elements like the projecting signs.
The signs were manufactured from painted black aluminium with laser cut panels, displaying pictograms of the areas they were situated in. The laser cut pictograms were backed up with white acrylic adding depth to the signs.
This detail was also present in the door signage, several larger aluminium door signs which included a laser cut arrow that was backed up with white acrylic. Other door signage was produced from dense acrylic with UV printed text and pictogram symbols to the face.
Wayfinding feature walls were found throughout the building, they comprised of individual laser cut aluminium letters sitting alongside a large built-up internally illuminated acrylic letter, to signal what floor a person is on.
Other small floor acrylic stood off indicators were arranged around the building. The feature walls were accompanied by secondary wayfinding wall features of directional vinyl graphics applied to walls and glazing.
The result is a truly inspiring workspace, the stunning and bright visual signage has created a prestigious environment – and a space to reflect the leading-edge status of the stakeholder organisations that meet there.