The way finding package needed to implemented across the existing stage 1 building and  showcase the newly constructed Stage 2 "feature" building with the potential for a third stage in the near future.
To complement the Institute’s world leading automotive  technical training facilities, a unique way-finding methodology was conceptualised that no longer relied upon traditional navigational aids and responses.
Part of this approach focuses quite simply on the user’s immediate surroundings, not their ability to orientate themselves to an imaginary North point, to gain an understanding of where they are within the building. 
Using this Relative Room Positioning (RRP©) system, only relevant information (based on the users location, immediate surroundings and intended destination) is provided, significantly reducing the amount of information the user must process and recall, greatly reducing the level of intimidation usually associated with the confronting amount of visual clutter, (typically associated with many public and "off-the-shelf" way-finding design solutions).
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Way finding design and exterior totem signage including construction design for Kangan Institute's Automotive Centre of Excellence, docklands cam Read More
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