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02/03/24

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Signage for the InfomatiKOM

The InformatiKom is a new research centre at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). It is intended to facilitate exchange and encounters between science and society. The wayfinding system design by Moniteurs won first place in an invited competition and was realised last year and opened at the end of the year.
11/06/2024

Museum round Berlin

Strolling and Finding

The Museum Round Berlin is a network for museum construction, a conference for exchanging about practical experience. On 13 and 14 June 2024, the Museum Round will take place under the motto: Simply into the future. Our presentation will focus on strolling and finding in museums. What challenges does this strolling pose for visitors and thus also for the wayfinding system? To the event
21/11/23

Saatkultur* shortlisted

Moniteurs designed the Website

“We for each other” was the theme of this year’s Social Design Award. SPIEGEL WISSEN is organizing the competition for the tenth time in cooperation with the retail company Bauhaus. The jury selected the ten best projects from around 150 international entries. Saatkultur* has made it into the top ten. We are delighted for the Saatkultur* team! Website
20/10/23

2023 SEGDVoices 03

Lecture about book “Airport Wayfinding”

SEGD – The Society for Experiential Graphic Design is a multidisciplinary organization based in the USA. For over fifty years, SEGD has been the premier resource for orientation, information and exhibition design. SEGD regularly organizes events. Heike Nehl and Sibylle Schlaich are now invited to talk about their book “Airport Wayfinding” in a webinar.
Lecture
30/09/23

Understanding Human Flows

Moniteurs fifth Event in Venice

For their fifth event in Venice, Moniteurs invited Nicola Moczek and Riklef Rambow. Moczek and Rambow run the office PSY:Plan and are specialized in architectural and environmental psychology. Using Venice as an example, they will present psychological aspects that influence the flow of people through the city. They will talk to guests about centuries-old shipping lanes and sea marks, campaniles and towers as lighthouses, small and large squares as stages, paths and trails through a complex labyrinth. Lecture