Schroders’ move to London Wall Place, an imposing new building by Make Architects, marked the coming together of their many London offices under one roof for the first time. This meant more than a new home, but a new way of working.
dn&co visual line language was extended into a bolder expression on the team floors with tactile square-fluted panels acting as a container to hold wayfinding information. We cut into the fluting at vertical circulation points with supergraphic floor numbers and glazed, simply updatable sign panels.
Projecting signs displayed the bespoke icon set developed to complement the sans serif typography used throughout the system — we believe even toilet signs deserve to be beautiful.