Wayfinding System by Geissert Thomas

Geissert Thomas Reveals The Wayfinding System Grafenegg Wayfinding System

Geissert Thomas, the author of the awarded design Wayfinding System Grafenegg - Wayfinding System by Geissert Thomas spells out, An intangible orientation system has been designed which takes a back seat to promote the information to be given to the visitors. An ensemble of products, minimalist sculptures for the gardens, markings and signs of various sizes and forms for the buildings. The high polished stainless steel surfaces of the products mirror parts of the landscape, the sky and the architecture and thereby the elements disappear virtually. Defined anthracite areas are used to display information through text and graphics which are engraved and cut out. The typography and arrows are illuminated..

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VIA: http://competition.adesignaward.com/design.php?ID=78873

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