visual access between sections of exhibit--or exhibit start title sign where you can see into it only in that space--framing

visual access between sections of exhibit--or exhibit start title sign where you can see into it only in that space--framing

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The hoarding for Gardin has now gone up as well!   #Property #Design #Branding…
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Designer Matt Ferguson created this clever hoarding design for a new underground development at the Victoria & Albert Museum.   His concept starts from a phrase with unique meaning for the site, and uses geometric shapes reflecting its unique architectural form.   To engage passing commuters and the public, each month another section of the image is revealed under the geometric shapes.

Designer Matt Ferguson created this clever hoarding design for a new underground development at the Victoria & Albert Museum. His concept starts from a phrase with unique meaning for the site, and uses geometric shapes reflecting its unique architectural form. To engage passing commuters and the public, each month another section of the image is revealed under the geometric shapes.

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Positioned as 'One of a Kind', Orchard Piper's Washington Street Development presents a new benchmark in luxury property. #Hoarding #barricade #design #marketing

Positioned as 'One of a Kind', Orchard Piper's Washington Street Development presents a new benchmark in luxury property. #Hoarding #barricade #design #marketing

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The V&A museum are known to uses their hoarding effectively with a previous new blood award also being to produce hoarding for the outside of the museum. They have used the over bleed very well with an opacity change to highlight the important information that is shown. This is an extremely typographic response to hoarding design which is specified in the brief not to be used, however i believe the opacity change could work extremely well to highlight the important way finding to the…

The V&A museum are known to uses their hoarding effectively with a previous new blood award also being to produce hoarding for the outside of the museum. They have used the over bleed very well with an opacity change to highlight the important information that is shown. This is an extremely typographic response to hoarding design which is specified in the brief not to be used, however i believe the opacity change could work extremely well to highlight the important way finding to the…

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