Signage project for Centre for Literature and Language – Planet Lem
Due to the variability of functions planned within the building, a system allowing easy and quick modification was developed. The system consists of two modules. One, perforated, is permanently attached to the wall (also serving as a detail referencing the building's facade). The second is an additional panel placed on the first layer. In case of a name/function change or the desire to highlight an event, the second panel can always be modified.
Both panels will be made of powder-coated steel. The layering of one panel onto another creates a sense of depth. The technological entirety of the visual information system is graphically linked to the facade of the Lem Planet building. The graphic communication was created based on the principles of modernist composition, relying on asymmetry. The appearance and structure of the signage are subordinate to function, ensuring that form does not dominate over practicality. The signage strongly relies on a grid, repetition, and simple architectural references.
architecture and visualizations: JEMS Architects
signage and wayfinding concept: Alina Rybacka-Gruszczyńska
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