Strategy+Creativity+Implementation = Palazzo Falson Architectural Signage
We thought it was worthwhile to share a great post from Mangion & Lightfoot Ltd. about the successful architectural signage solution for Palazzo Falso. Mangion & Lightfoot is a design agency in Malta that provides brand solutions for local and international clients across a variety of disciplines. The images shown are courtesy of Mangion & Lightfoot, and here are some key excerpts from the Palazzo Falson post:
“The architectural signage system developed for the heritage house museum is based on Infinity, which offers unlimited design possibilities giving you almost complete freedom of expression. Through its ability to represent any shape, material, color or image, Infinity can reflect the unique personality of any organisation or environment. The room signs incorporated the sensor for the audio guide system, thus removing the need to locate them separately on the wall. The modern and sleek design of Infinity contrasts well with the surroundings and made a point of historical contrast to emphasize the intervention, putting the wayfinding on a functional level whilst promoting the visual identity and branding throughout the museum.”
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