[MDA2013]

2013 Melbourne Design Awards

Wayfinding

This award celebrates creative and innovative design in the ways people orient themselves in physical space, and navigate from place to place. Consideration given to signage and other graphic communication, clues in the building's spatial grammar, logical space planning, audible communication, tactile elements and provision for special-needs users.

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Nominations in Category

RMIT SWANSTON ACADEMIC BUILDING - RMIT / Büro North

Wayfinding


- Winner

Büro North collaborated with Lyons Architects to deliver the signage and wayfinding for the new RMIT Swanston Academic Building in Melbourne’s CBD. The $200m teaching facility now houses the College of Business and will undoubtedly redefine the built pedagogy of tertiary education.

Hamer Hall - Ashton Raggat McDougall / ID/Lab

Wayfinding


Finalist

In 2012 the refurbished Hamer Hall opened its doors, with a new concert hall, redesigned atrium space, and world class facilities throughout. The updated building once again sits comfortably amongst Melbourne's iconic arts precinct, and now links St Kilda Road with Southbank. ID/Lab were selected to develop the wayfinding strategy and design for this landmark building, and to collaborate with project alliance of the Arts Centre, Major Projects Victoria, Ashton Raggart McDougall, and Baulderstone to deliver an integrated design solution which enhances the user experience across the site.

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