Practical, Pretty Signage Design at Schools

Practical, Pretty Signage Design at Schools
Design
Christine Huang
  • 15 october 2008

We like what’s coming out of Graphic Thought Facility, a London-based design consultancy whose work ranges from print and digital graphics to environment and product creation for events, businesses, and other institutions. GTF believes in delivering design solutions that are “workable, rational, and most importantly, appropriate” – and their work at West London Academy serves as a good reflection of this ethos. Instead of the staid, lifeless signage found on most schools’ buildings and walls, GTF created a series of attractive, informative signs that quite simply illustrate exactly where you are and what sort of space you’re entering. Each sign includes an explanatory pictograph – an extra touch that’s fun and functional.

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