The International Institute for Information Design (IIID) has named two of our projects to be exemplars of “wayshowing”.
Our wayfinding scheme for Lancaster city centre was shortlisted and our work with architects Levitt Bernstein for Eastbourne town centre’s Devonshire Quarter received a bronze award for work that helps people to navigate through unfamiliar environments.
The IIID is an international body working to promote a better understanding of cultural and economic issues through visual communication. Our work was scrutinised by an international panel of experts in design, art and academia and judged against entries from all over the world.
We are thrilled that British wayfinding can compete at this level, and overjoyed to have forward thinking clients that work with us to create award-winning places.