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Vintage Signage On The New York Times Building

Vintage Signage On The New York Times Building
Design

Take a look at Pentagram's signage design located in the New York Times building.

Plus Aziz
  • 4 august 2011

The New York Times building is an elegant and versatile interior space. It was designed by architecture group Renzo Piano Building Workshop and the signage was done by Pentagram, a well-known mullti-disciplinary design firm that worked not only on the office signage but the sign on the building’s facade.

Pentagram recently released photos of various signs placed around the building located on 41st and 8th Avenue. Many of them are quite inspirational as they draw on archived images and present a beautifully nostalgic view of New York’s history. They also provide us with a glimpse of how New York Times organizes its work force and designs its office space.

[via Pentagram]

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