Finding Your Way

When the development of the City Rail Loop necessitated LIFE's relocation to a new church campus in Mt Eden, the opportunity arose to create a contemporary facility with room for continued growth and options for the venue to be hired out by local community groups. Along with the sprawling layout of the foyers and cafe areas creating areas for people to connect, a dedicated children’s area, and an 1,800 seat auditorium, there also came the challenge of helping visitors navigate their way through the space.

We developed wayfinding signage which was applied throughout the building, overseeing the design, production, and installation of American Oak light boxes, custom restroom icons, interchangeable room labels, and navigational signs featuring raised acrylic lettering with layered ply detailing. The outcome was a modern and accessible wayfinding system, which blends seamlessly with the rest of the interior fitout.

LIFE wayfinding system sigange
American Oak wayfinding
White acrylic lettering wayfinding
Detail of white acrylic wayfinding system signage
American Oak interior fitout
American Oak ply detailing
interchangeable wayfinding signage system
Restrooms signage in expansive foyer
accesible restroom signage
accesible restroom signage icon
American Oak custom ply icons
Toilet signage
Show signage white on American Oak
Nursing mothers signage
Restroom wayfinding signage detail
layered American Oak ply icon
Giving station signage