A natural sign language

A natural sign language

A natural sign language

A natural sign language

A natural sign language

WAYFINDING

WAYFINDING

WAYFINDING

WAYFINDING

WAYFINDING

WTC-Noida-1

For WTC Noida, our humanistic wayfinding created sensory pathways combined with analytical methods towards a complete system in an organic yet systematic way.

From site to sign
World Trade Centres are set up all over the world and there are 317 members in 91 countries. There are over 230 complexes worldwide. At the heart of every WTC complex is the concept of a lively neighborhood that fosters business and exchange. Unlike signage for streets and city public spaces, WTC Noida allowed a coherent investigation, as it is a completely planned environment. WTC Noida has a campus into two distinct blocks, which helped us define the key methodology. We delineated signage for the two separate blocks developing color-coding - pink for North and blue for South. Inside, an interactive building directory was based on a UI/UX design.

Nature, site and sign language
Constructed in the reclaimed riverbed land of the Yamuna, the architecture evolved from the theme of ‘Metamorphosis’. Our themes for signage responded to site and nature, incorporating this language into way-finding as ‘Embracing Nature’ and ‘Back to Nature’. We used metal, wood and concrete for the materials.

Sculpting the sign
We teamed up with product designer Mukul Goyal developing several possibilities at the concept stage that involved folding metal. The sculptural forms integrated delightfully with the landscape. Our graphic design team worked on creating clear and direct graphics. The birds perched on the sign were crafted from copper and added the natural element of warmth and liveliness, anchoring people to the origins of the project.

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For WTC Noida, our humanistic wayfinding created sensory pathways combined with analytical methods towards a complete system in an organic yet systematic way.

From site to sign
World Trade Centres are set up all over the world and there are 317 members in 91 countries. There are over 230 complexes worldwide. At the heart of every WTC complex is the concept of a lively neighborhood that fosters business and exchange. Unlike signage for streets and city public spaces, WTC Noida allowed a coherent investigation, as it is a completely planned environment. WTC Noida has a campus into two distinct blocks, which helped us define the key methodology. We delineated signage for the two separate blocks developing color-coding - pink for North and blue for South. Inside, an interactive building directory was based on a UI/UX design.

Nature, site and sign language
Constructed in the reclaimed riverbed land of the Yamuna, the architecture evolved from the theme of ‘Metamorphosis’. Our themes for signage responded to site and nature, incorporating this language into way-finding as ‘Embracing Nature’ and ‘Back to Nature’. We used metal, wood and concrete for the materials.

Sculpting the sign
We teamed up with product designer Mukul Goyal developing several possibilities at the concept stage that involved folding metal. The sculptural forms integrated delightfully with the landscape. Our graphic design team worked on creating clear and direct graphics. The birds perched on the sign were crafted from copper and added the natural element of warmth and liveliness, anchoring people to the origins of the project.

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For WTC Noida, our humanistic wayfinding created sensory pathways combined with analytical methods towards a complete system in an organic yet systematic way.

From site to sign
World Trade Centres are set up all over the world and there are 317 members in 91 countries. There are over 230 complexes worldwide.
At the heart of every WTC complex is the concept of a lively neighborhood that fosters business and exchange. Unlike signage for streets and city public spaces, WTC Noida allowed a coherent investigation, as it is a completely planned environment. WTC Noida has a campus into two distinct blocks, which helped us define the key methodology. We delineated signage for the two separate blocks developing color-coding - pink for North and blue for South. Inside, an interactive building directory was based on a UI/UX design.

Nature, site and sign language
Constructed in the reclaimed riverbed land of the Yamuna, the architecture evolved from the theme of ‘Metamorphosis’. Our themes for signage responded to site and nature, incorporating this language into way-finding as ‘Embracing Nature’ and ‘Back to Nature’. We used metal, wood and concrete for the materials.

Sculpting the sign
We teamed up with product designer Mukul Goyal developing several possibilities at the concept stage that involved folding metal. The sculptural forms integrated delightfully with the landscape. Our graphic design team worked on creating clear and direct graphics. The birds perched on the sign were crafted from copper and added the natural element of warmth and liveliness, anchoring people to the origins of the project.

VIEW PROJECT CASE STUDY  

For WTC Noida, our humanistic wayfinding created sensory pathways combined with analytical methods towards a complete system in an organic yet systematic way.

From site to sign
World Trade Centres are set up all over the world and there are 317 members in 91 countries. There are over 230 complexes worldwide. At the heart of every WTC complex is the concept of a lively neighborhood that fosters business and exchange. Unlike signage for streets and city public spaces, WTC Noida allowed a coherent investigation, as it is a completely planned environment. WTC Noida has a campus into two distinct blocks, which helped us define the key methodology. We delineated signage for the two separate blocks developing color-coding - pink for North and blue for South. Inside, an interactive building directory was based on a UI/UX design.

Nature, site and sign language
Constructed in the reclaimed riverbed land of the Yamuna, the architecture evolved from the theme of ‘Metamorphosis’. Our themes for signage responded to site and nature, incorporating this language into way-finding as ‘Embracing Nature’ and ‘Back to Nature’. We used metal, wood and concrete for the materials.

Sculpting the sign
We teamed up with product designer Mukul Goyal developing several possibilities at the concept stage that involved folding metal. The sculptural forms integrated delightfully with the landscape. Our graphic design team worked on creating clear and direct graphics. The birds perched on the sign were crafted from copper and added the natural element of warmth and liveliness, anchoring people to the origins of the project.

VIEW PROJECT CASE STUDY  

For WTC Noida, our humanistic wayfinding created sensory pathways combined with analytical methods towards a complete system in an organic yet systematic way.

From site to sign
World Trade Centres are set up all over the world and there are 317 members in 91 countries. There are over 230 complexes worldwide. At the heart of every WTC complex is the concept of a lively neighborhood that fosters business and exchange. Unlike signage for streets and city public spaces, WTC Noida allowed a coherent investigation, as it is a completely planned environment. WTC Noida has a campus into two distinct blocks, which helped us define the key methodology. We delineated signage for the two separate blocks developing color-coding - pink for North and blue for South. Inside, an interactive building directory was based on a UI/UX design.

Nature, site and sign language
Constructed in the reclaimed riverbed land of the Yamuna, the architecture evolved from the theme of ‘Metamorphosis’. Our themes for signage responded to site and nature, incorporating this language into way-finding as ‘Embracing Nature’ and ‘Back to Nature’. We used metal, wood and concrete for the materials.

Sculpting the sign
We teamed up with product designer Mukul Goyal developing several possibilities at the concept stage that involved folding metal. The sculptural forms integrated delightfully with the landscape. Our graphic design team worked on creating clear and direct graphics. The birds perched on the sign were crafted from copper and added the natural element of warmth and liveliness, anchoring people to the origins of the project.

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WTC-Noida-2
WTC-Noida-3

A system of signs
In all, there were fifty signs of nine basic sign types and twelve if we account for variations. The six formats varied from small, medium to large.

The WTC project at Noida tackled various levels of design, from sensory and aesthetic to functional, in a very organic but systematic way. The recognition of signage as part and parcel of the language of spaces is the fine contribution in this environment.

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A system of signs
In all, there were fifty signs of nine basic sign types and twelve if we account for variations. The six formats varied from small, medium to large.

The WTC project at Noida tackled various levels of design, from sensory and aesthetic to functional, in a very organic but systematic way. The recognition of signage as part and parcel of the language of spaces is the fine contribution in this environment.

VIEW PROJECT CASE STUDY  

A system of signs
In all, there were fifty signs of nine basic sign types and twelve if we account for variations. The six formats varied from small, medium to large.

The WTC project at Noida tackled various levels of design, from sensory and aesthetic to functional, in a very organic but systematic way. The recognition of signage as part and parcel of the language of spaces is the fine contribution in this environment.

VIEW PROJECT CASE STUDY  

A system of signs
In all, there were fifty signs of nine basic sign types and twelve if we account for variations. The six formats varied from small, medium to large.

The WTC project at Noida tackled various levels of design, from sensory and aesthetic to functional, in a very organic but systematic way. The recognition of signage as part and parcel of the language of spaces is the fine contribution in this environment.

VIEW PROJECT CASE STUDY  

A system of signs
In all, there were fifty signs of nine basic sign types and twelve if we account for variations. The six formats varied from small, medium
to large.

The WTC project at Noida tackled various levels of design, from sensory and aesthetic
to functional, in a very organic but systematic way. The recognition of signage as part and parcel of the language of spaces is the fine contribution in this environment.

VIEW PROJECT CASE STUDY  

WTC-Noida-4

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Lopez Design Pvt. Ltd.
B - 558, Sushant Lok Phase 1,
Gurugram, Harayana - 122022

CALL
0124-4921810, 4923148

 

 

ADDRESS

Lopez Design Pvt. Ltd.
B - 558, Sushant Lok Phase 1,
Gurugram, Harayana - 122022

CALL
0124-4921810, 4923148

 

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Monday - Friday