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**interesting way to guide people, and it goes back to the lines of the fields and shadow. This is way too bright, bit it could be neat if done subtly**

- Wayfinding tech**interesting way to guide people, and it goes back to the lines of the fields and shadow. This is way too bright, bit it could be neat if done subtly**

Tim Burton Exhibit entrance - MOMA   The Department of Advertising and  Graphic Design is The Museum of  Modern Art’s in-house design studio.

Tim Burton Exhibit entrance - MOMA The Department of Advertising and Graphic Design is The Museum of Modern Art’s in-house design studio.

Way-findings floor graphics. Great ideas for schools and graphic/design businesses

Emil Dervish Architect has designed the new language school and coworking space Underhub located in Kiev, Ukraine. The customers appealed to young architect with interesting challenge: to design functional and…

Bleed

These exhibition graphics by Bleed, a design consultancy based in Vienna and Oslo, are as open as the urban future they display.

Could we do something like this on the street? highlight the entrance area with contrast colour covering pavement doorway and awning?

design porn #6: bike parking lot

Effective design: Bike Parking Lot is successful through a composition of color and copy instead of a graphics-only presentation

Doing something more interesting with the polished concrete - say doing wayfinding "tracks" to guide people to common areas and conference rooms.

Why have bare floors? Check out these wayfinding "tracks" to guide people to common areas and conference rooms.