We just received some pictures of our Wayfinding and Signage design work for the Panamerican Games in Lima, Peru. Our concept is based on an interpretation of the historic Inka Nazca lines. We worked with Pattern Architects to deliver this scheme in time for the opening of the games. More to follow shortly.
Spaceagency opens its studio doors on 7 June at 6pm for a London Festival of Architecture Studio Late. We will explore this year’s theme of ‘Boundaries’ by hosting a Pecha Kucha discussion and debate from 6:45pm with micro presentations from:
After more than a year of in-depth collaboration with our colleagues at Weston Williamson and Partners, Spaceagency is delighted that the first prototype pedestrian Wayfinding totem for Greater Manchester Connected Wayfinding has been unveiled!
Commissioned by Transport for Greater Manchester, the pilot scheme for central Manchester focuses on an initial area within the city centre between Victoria and Piccadilly stations.
We are excited of working with the Galaxy Entertainment Group on one of their new projects in Macau. The project will include a Hotel, Conference Centre, Multi-purpose hall and other entertainment facilities.
Spaceagency, together with Weston Williamson and Partners, hosted an event the the Building Centre in London last week for a private view seeking user feedback on new Network Rail Wayfinding and Signage Standards.
Approx. 100 attendees were presented with three distinct concept directions and asked to provide feedback with regards to legibility, type sizes, colours, iconography and others to information the further development of the desig
We were delighted to be invited to the ground-breaking ceremony for the Audrey Irmas Pavilion in Los Angeles, attended by the architectural team leaders for the project, Rem Koolhaas and Shohei Shigumatsu. Spaceagency has been appointed to develop the graphic identity, wayfinding and signage for this new landmark building located adjacent to the renowned Wilshire Boulevard Temple.
Wayfinding design is part of the informational layer through which we navigate the world. The role of the wayfinding designer is to uncover the latent structure of a building or urban space and to make it visible and comprehensible. Wayfinding is a little-known field of design that crosses a number of disciplines, including urban design and planning, product design, graphic design, information design and behavioural psychology. Without any higher education programmes dedicated to the field, wayfinding is often poorly understood.
WW+P and Spaceagency have been appointed by Network Rail Buildings and Architecture to revise and update the Wayfinding Design Guidance, providing a complete overview of the Network Rail signage and wayfinding strategies for all their managed stations.
Spaceagency is providing the graphic identity, wayfinding and signage for the Audrey Irmas Pavilion, the new community gathering place adjoining the renowned Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles. As part of the project, Spaceagency was commissioned to create a brochure which has now been launched.
Sarah delivered a keynote at Edge, the annual conference of the Australian Institute of Architects in Gold Coast on Australia's East coast, sharing Spaceagency’s designs and projects with an audience of over 900 architects and designers.
Spaceagency was invited to showcase a range of projects during the Days of Architecture and Design in Bratislava, including our involvement in the Stanica Nivy development in the capital with HB Reavis. The event was accompanied by DESIGN IS GREAT, a publication from the British Embassy in Slovakia featuring the best of British architectural design.