Sibylle Schlaich was invited to speak about orientation systems, the current work of Moniteurs in space and surrounding with architecture, as part of the lecture series "6 x Tuesdays at 6" organized by the Faculty of Architecture and Landscape.
Spring – sun – outside! On the way to the Temeplhofer Feld along the airport building. The listed building still belongs to the longest building of the world and is used as an buisness and event location. Moniteurs designed the overall orientation system for the outdoor area.
A book divided into 18 chapters shows internationale wayfinding projects in their different context. Released by ARTPOWER, the most professional art-related book publishing agencies in the Asia-pacific region. Moniteurs wayfinding systems are represented with: Aufbau Haus, BMW Leipzig Plant, Potsdamer Platz and the Berlin Brandenburg Airport.
The Kulturpalast Dresden will ceremonially reopened. In the future many different people will move through the building. At all times it counts for everyone to offer an ideal orientation. It was the particular challenge for us designing the signage system.
The “International Institute for Information Design” awards every third year. This Year 53 projects were awarded. Our Wayfinding system for the Deutsche Museum in Munich were selected. > Project
On April, 13th the International Garden Exhibition Berlin will open. The new visitor centre will welcome visitors with the exhibition "Gardens of the World“. Exhibition subjects include, among others, ten themed gardens and nine international contemporary gardens. Moniteurs developed the exhibition design and its contents and were responsible for the implementation.> IGA 2017
10 years ago, UNESCO named Berlin the "City of Design". Robert Eysoldt and Raban Ruddigkeit used the 10th jubilee to publish the book "Berlin Design Digest" which presents a collection of 100 successful and internationally relevant projects realized by design agencies based in Berlin. The book showcases the wayfinding system for the Airport Berlin Brandenburg by Moniteurs. > Berlin Design Digest
Summer term 2017 at the university hannover – Institute for art and design. Sibylle Schlaich sets the subject “reading places” for the students. The group will explore, analyze and evaluate places in Hannover. The target will be to appraise and to encroach on the phenomenon.
With the new building and reconstruction of the Charité in Berlin-Mitte an extension of the wayfinding system was required. Firstly Moniteurs has been commissioned to develop an analyse-report, followed by the facade application for the rescue center, the development of an entire new pictogram family, wayfinding signage in the foyer and elevator vestibules of the 21 levels tower building, including wall application.
Even though there are large construction works until 2025, the museum will remain open for visitors. Moniteurs new wayfinding system for the museum is able to respond to ongoing changes. Stefan Schilling, our photographer took photos for us of the current state. >Zum Projekt