Statsbygg – the Norwegian Directorate of Public Construction and Property – appointed Endpoint to design and develop a wayfinding system that would enable visitors to easily navigate the expansive building.
The wayfinding project – a joint effort between Endpoint and Metric Design – provided a coherent and consistent wayfinding system for the entire National Museum site – over 53,000 m².
The clever modular design creates flexibility that enables the system to meet the various needs of ever-changing museum content. The jury praised the execution of the museum's wayfinding system, adding:
“Everything is balanced against the surrounding architecture and is in line with the museum's identity: typography, the pictogram family, choice of materials and even the soft white colour have been carefully considered.”
The jury’s comments fully capture the spirit, approach and value that Metric Design and Endpoint brought to this iconic art and design museum in Norway. Read the full case study here.
Congratulations to our client and Metric Design on winning this prestigious award.