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Client: Regent's University London, UK
Year: 2015 – Ongoing

 

Regent’s University London wayfinding system

The Design for Movement team has worked with Regent’s University London since November 2015 to develop a site wide wayfinding system. The key objective of the work is to deliver a comprehensive wayfinding system that will improve the visitor and student experience while projecting the University's unique character.

Regent’s University campus visitor map

Regent’s University campus visitor map

Current deliverables include the design of a user focused campus map for print an online use. The print map works as a tear-off, A4 double sided sheet including a location context map on the reverse highlighting strategic transport connections. In addition to the campus wide map we have also developed internal building plans in order to identity how best to communicate information and the connections to buildings.

We have delivered a pilot concept signage system for Acland Building in order to test the system prior to a wider campus roll out. After a successful pilot we are currently rolling out the system across the rest of the campus.

Modular A4, A3 and A2 panels make up the wayfinding signage system

Modular A4, A3 and A2 panels make up the wayfinding signage system

Paper holders for room timetables

Paper holders for room timetables

Toilet sign

Toilet sign

Cut out number detail from a level directory

Cut out number detail from a level directory

Building map detail helping users orientate themselves within a building

Building map detail helping users orientate themselves within a building