We’re thrilled to have created the wayfinding, signage and new donor board designs for the renovated Donmar Warehouse Theatre – one which celebrates its roots.
Enforced lockdown gave the Donmar Warehouse an unexpected opportunity to deliver on its plans to freshen up its inner aesthetics and workings, whilst remaining true to its commercial heritage.
Former hop warehouse, rehearsal studio, and banana ripening depot, the Donmar Warehouse Theatre reopened its doors this month with improved facilities and accessibility, in readiness for audiences to return.
Architects Haworth Tompkins worked with Artistic Director Michael Longhurst and Associate Artist Tom Scutt on the interior design, bringing in Endpoint to create the wayfinding, signage, and creating donor board designs.
The refurbishment involved a spatial reconfiguration, opening up more areas for improved audience movement around the space, and increased natural light and ventilation.
Delivering on the theme of peeling back the past, this converted warehouse is now future-proofed and ready to reintroduce unmissable theatre once again.
Endpoint is excited for the new season at the Donmar Warehouse.
Exterior photography of the Donmar Warehouse by Richard Davenport.