The square is architecturally designed using granite and cast bronze street furniture. isGroup ensured the same characteristics were applied to the signage, by using a set of custom made Way2Go signs.
To provide the same aesthetic look in-keeping with the surrounding area, our technical team suggested the application of a bronze metallic paint to the external structure of the signage.
isGroup produced ﬁve Way2Go monolith signs, all of which were customised with soft white illumination. The top panel consisted of individual glass planks that presented information and identify nearby places of interest. The lower panels presented a specialist sourced West Moreland stone at the base carved with the logo design of NOMA, ﬁxed elegantly below a decorative ﬁligree pattern.
The main beneﬁt of the Way2Go signs is that they are interchangeable and therefore each custom made panel can be updated in the future, be it information, mapping or digital screens.
Award Winning Signage
The signage scheme package was awarded the prestigious “Wayfinding Sign of the Year” at the British Sign Awards 2016.
isGroup’s work for NOMA won Wayfinding Scheme of the Year at the British Signage Awards and has spanned area brand identity, collaborative streetscape design, wayfinding, building wraps, historical interpretation and wall murals.