Two projects that deliver streamlined architectural design and crystal clear wayfinding won this year's award for Signbox.
Croxley Green Business Park features an impressive 7.5 metre high stainless steel monolith equipped with an energy efficient light source to illuminate the green corporate logo and LED halo illumination for the fabricated letters. Another large scale monolith displays a back illuminated site plan of the park. Tenants’ signs were created using stainless steel trays and fixing posts with LED illumination integrated into the signs and the whole scheme was carried through into the giant car park.
Tower 42 is the tallest building in the City of London and Signbox designed and supplied an innovative wayfinding scheme that contributed towards the building being the first outside the USA to be recognised at The Office Building of the Year Awards (TOBY).
Signbox was asked to provide architectural signage for the entrance area and lift lobbies, together with a wayfinding system which would make the lift choice easier.
Their solution oozes class.
30,000 signs over a 30 month period. “The wayfinding signage installed at T5 by Merson integrates seamlessly with the building architecture while delivering excellence in passenger wayfinding.” - Phil Wilbrahim, T5 Project Leader.
WOOD AND WOOD
Wood and Wood was responsible for the creation of five sets of three freestanding directories, one large map directory and two listing directories for T5. Innovative, interesting and easily understood.