Architecture and Signage at Surry Hills

The Surry Hills Library and Community Centre opened in Sydney last summer. The architectural design and wayfinding system work very well together. Designed by FJMT, the centre sets new sustainable design standards in Australia for public buildings, integrating environmental elements into the intristic design of the building. Collider was asked to design the signage for the center. The materiality and angled forms complement the building design, while also addressing the library program. Meant to feel like oddly stacked books, the angles on the signage blocks represent how far the destination is from the directory. Brilliant!

See more work by these Sydney firms on their websites: FJMT and Collider.

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About MUDEO

Multidisciplinary design operative at the intersection of building, branding, and business. On this site is a curated feed of projects within the intersection of where these disciplines meet to showcase how each is strengthened with the other. MUDEO is a moniker for the work of Kenny Isidoro — see more at mudeostudio.com.
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