Freestanding, one of the 5.5m glass signs, lit at night on the concourse to the Westpac Stadium

Photographs Bruce Connew © 2004


05 a corporate world


selected

exhibition: A bespoke display system for the New Zealand Institute of Architects

exhibition: Point of Distance
Venice Architecture Biennale 2014 : submission

exhibition: Diverse Practice
School of Architecture, VUW

exhibition: ParlourLIVE!
Venice Architecture Biennale 2016 : submission

film: Making Waves with 20...

id: Athfield Architects
id: KAREN Network
id: KTA
id: Logan Studio
id: The Oxygen Group
id: Parlour
id: REANNZ
id: Sharon Jansen Architect
id: Stevens Lawson Architects
id: TRANSFORM

magazine: BRAIN magazine, JP
magazine: Desktop magazine, AU

mapping: KAREN Network

print: Adam Art Gallery
print: A+W•NZ
print: Kristy Gorman
print: Creative New Zealand
print: TypeSHED11

poster: A+W•NZ
poster: A Cadavre Exquis, TS11
poster: Fête du Graphisme 2015
poster: Blue Oyster Art Space
poster: Like This, Like Us
poster: Man-Made
poster: Salted:Singlet
poster: Wonder-Land
poster: Window

wayfinding: Athfields
wayfinding: Distance Markers
wayfinding: Fran Wilde Walk





Fran Wilde Walk signage



Wellington City Council with Athfield Architects


Based on the glass information signs throughout the central city, the Fran Wilde Walk comprises two 5.5m signs, working at several levels of information on each side.

Located on the concourse leading to the Westpac Stadium, this was a project between the Wellington City Council and the Stadium Trust.

The signs are designed to be viewed at a distance and close up, by day and night. The walk identification and way-finding information sit high and large. They are robust, easy to maintain, and well lit. Below, the story, rendered typographically and with photographs of the Stadium and its history, works its way down to average person height, for more intimate reading.






2000s selected

Athfield Architects
REANNZ Research & Education Advanced Network New Zealand
The Oxygen Group




1990s selected/archived

Creative New Zealand
Victoria University
Wools of New Zealand



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