The Design Museum
Cartlidge Levene

Wayfinding and signage

Cartlidge Levene developed a pictogram-based wayfinding system which celebrates Otl Aicher’s seminal pictograms designed for the 1972 Munich Olympics, blurring the boundaries between visitor information and museum exhibit.

Large-scale pictograms at primary destination doors are visible across the central atrium, significantly reducing the need for directional signage. The fret-cut, lime-washed oak pictograms mounted on the oak atrium walls appear to be pushed out of the wall surfaces.

Visuelle is an online creative showcase and visual feed curated by David Bennett Creative Director at opx.studio↗.

Visuelle is open to all creatives, the only criteria is our mantra ‘if it’s great it goes on’.

David’s personal work can be viewed at this-studio.co.uk↗.

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Visuelle is an online creative showcase and visual feed curated by David Bennett Creative Director at opx.studio↗.

Visuelle is open to all creatives, the only criteria is our mantra ‘if it’s great it goes on’.

David’s personal work can be viewed at this-studio.co.uk↗.