Tag Archives: Wayfinding
9 May 2011
On Friday, while the sun was shining, the Doppio team headed out to get a feel for what makes a fantastic playground – all in the name of research, of course.
See below for our rigorous, analytical conclusions.
4 November 2010
Doppio have been working with Bates Smart Architects, Built and Railcorp to develop environmental graphics and signage packages for a series of commuter carparks here in Sydney.
Unlike our European counterparts, Australian infrastructure development sometimes neglect the value of place, space and sense of experience in these types of large structures.
They are often deemed big empty boxes... and are built with li
15 September 2010
The St Hilliers brand had grown organically over the years, based on mutually beneficial relationships with all stakeholders founded on respect and trust. However, to support future growth and reflect their evolution, St Hilliers needed to examine and evaluate whether their brand message was consistent and coherent across the different divisions and their business activities – internally and externally.
Established in 1989 by Proprietor Tim Casey, St Hilliers is one of Australia’s leading, private property groups providing expertise and services in property development, property funds management, contracting and asset management. At the time of this project the impact of the GFC was being fully realised by Australia’s construction industry.
The challenge was to define the br
1 August 2010
We are currently working with TIDC and Railcorp in developing a wayfinding system, and graphics package for a range of commuter carparks. The concept is based on creating a user experience that is both safe and friendly, within a typically face-less type of infrastructure, that is well-connected to surrounding urban fabric and corridors.