Wayfinding and signage system
The wayfinding and signage system includes directional signs, instructional signs, signs with information on artwork, maps of the concert hall and donor recognition signs.
The design for the new sign system for the famous concert hall in Amsterdam that is built in 1888 is designed in co-operation with Merkx+Girod Architects who were responsible for the current restoration.
For all primary signage an enamel-kind sign has been developed. For other signage are various material used. The signs with information on artwork is printed on front and backsides of frosted glass panels. For the donor recognition are the names engraved in brass or aluminum blocks.