‘v – The process of arranging like objects in parallel or 90-degree angles as a method of organization’.
A year of international openings, big moves, project completions & new beginnings.
It seems a long time ago since we produced the last Object magazine. This past year has been an incredibly busy one with much to share. In this issue, we focus on research and innovation, profiling two projects which apply digital technologies to enhance the user experience within the transport sector.
Simon Lee told Exhibition News about when it comes to event signage, getting visitors from A to B is an art form. It didn’t take long, however, for them to become clear that signage can influence the visitor journey round an exhibition in much more subtle and complex ways than simply pointing them in the right direction.
Maynard are thrilled to be winners of the Smart London District Challenge competition. The objective for this challenge was to generate smart wayfinding innovations that help London’s residents, visitors, businesses and developers better connect with their surroundings both physically and digitally.
As we know well from our work on the Crossrail art Program, art plays an important role in giving stations an identity and engaging passengers. In some stations it actually attracts people to the station. In others, art helps people identify stations which otherwise might look quite similar.