Town of Lunenburg Pedestrian Wayfinding Signage
Town of Lunenburg
WAYFINDING AND INTERPRETIVE PLANNING

Client name
Lunenburg Board of Trade

Brief / Summary of Work
In 2014, Form:Media was invited to design a wayfinding system for the historic town of Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site along Nova Scotia’s scenic south shore.

Form:Media took special pride and satisfaction in this project, knowing we were contributing to the enhancement of this world renowned heritage site.

The challenge with this project was finding a solution that respected the historic fabric of a 250-year old town. The eventual solution was to create a contrasting, yet quiet, contemporary signage system. 

By all accounts, the final system fits seamlessly into the community. Located at key corners and junctions throughout the town, the signs share historical information and directions to the area’s main attractions.

Participating Members and Roles
Creative Direction and Project Management: John deWolf
Sign Design: Thomas Evans
Graphic Design: John deWolf, Cassy Collins
Construction Detailing: Thomas Evans, Jiefei Dzang
Cartography: Thomas Miko (pedestrian directional), Stephen Bishop (map kiosk)
Fabrication: Atlantex Creative Works
Installation: Eye Catch Signs
Client: Mike Smith
 Redgees / Canadian Regional Design Awards 2015 / Atlantic Canada finalist
Advertising Design: Outdoor ("Best in category")                            
Photo: Scotty Sherin
Town of Lunenburg Pedestrian Wayfinding Signage
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Town of Lunenburg Pedestrian Wayfinding Signage

Contrasting, yet quiet, contemporary signage system.
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