Smart City Guidance

We were honoured to be invited to the Smart City Guidance seminar where our head of wayfinding Hayley Branston gave the keynote speech — How can we engage users in a world of distractions? It was great to see the cities collaborating towards a common goal and exciting to be in a room with people … Read More

Chelsea Barracks

We were thrilled to get down to Chelsea Barracks last month to see our street name and directional signs installed in time for the Chelsea Flower Show. We were commissioned by Qatari Diar and Canary Wharf Group to develop a full wayfinding strategy for the masterplan, culminating in an internal and external signage package for … Read More

Waterloo.London Retail Development

We are excited to announce that Maynard have been commissioned by LCR to develop a wayfinding strategy and design for Waterloo.London, its forthcoming retail and leisure development.  Our aim is to create a wayfinding system which will help promote, guide and inform future visitors, and support the transformation of the former Waterloo International Eurostar Terminal into a … Read More

Shenzhen Design Week 2019

We’re excited to announce we will be exhibiting at this year’s Shenzhen Design Week, Design for Sustainability! Come and see Julian Maynard and Gigi Ho at our stand in the London Pavilion from 19th-22nd April. Visit the website

Collaboration with RMIT University

We are honoured to be collaborating with RMIT University in Melbourne in running a design studio for students of the Industrial Design program. The brief involves the design and production of a public realm seating to be utilised in transport environments throughout Melbourne. Our team of Industrial Designers will guide students through the design and … Read More

Aotea – Te Pokapū, the Aotea Centre takes shape

Aotea – Te Pokapū Aotea Centre sits at the heart of Auckland’s CBD as one of the region’s most versatile and cultural conference venues. Maynard are working alongside refurbishment Architects, Stephenson & Turner, to deliver a bespoke bilingual wayfinding system. March marks the centre’s partial reopening, and the first glimpse of our new signs.

APC Rally 2019

Director, Finn Butler, has embarked on the APC Motorcycle Rally, a 4,000km adventure through some of Australia’s most remote countryside. All riders must be self-supporting, with an ability to survive in the bush for multiple days and maintain their bike. Navigation is crucial to Finn’s progress! Follow his progress here

Courtauld Institute of Art

The Courtauld Institute of Art is undergoing an ambitious, multi-million-pound transformation project at its home in Somerset House, London. To support them during this construction period, Maynard was commissioned to design the external signage and wayfinding at their temporary new home in Vernon Square, King’s Cross, which has now been installed.

A new gateway for Hatton Garden

We were commissioned by London’s Historic Diamond District in Hatton Garden to design a gateway sign which encapsulates its past, present and future identity. The sign communicates Hatton Garden’s authentic, historic cultural relevance to tourists as well as local residents, taking inspiration from the jewellery and watch-making craftmanship that the district is renowned for.

A Seamless System

We are excited to be consulting on the rollout of new SmartGates at Terminal 3 of Perth Airport. This technology will help to redefine the passenger experience, and will be rolled out nation-wide over the coming years. The new SmartGates will provide an advanced automatic self-processing system for incoming travellers, enabling it to meet the … Read More