The Spine & Pain Institute

Ambulatory Care Center

signage

The challenge was converting an existing Rite Aid into an ambulatory care center and physician’s office. LVCK was brought on by the owner’s rep, Macro, to design and project manage signage. LVCK’s tasks soon extended to architectural elements, such as creating a solution for cladding an existing tower, transforming it into a beacon elevating the brand along the busy visual cacophony of Hylan Boulevard in Staten Island.

 

The Spine & Pain Institute

Ambulatory Care Center

signage

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The Spine & Pain Institute

Ambulatory Care Center

signage

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The Spine & Pain Institute

Ambulatory Care Center

signage

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NYU LANGONE MEDICAL CENTER

Wayfinding & Communications

signage, print, & digital

A new wayfinding and nomenclature stragey was developed in parallel with NYU Langone’s campus transformation and rebranding. A suite of wayfinding tools was developed to support the new signage system with wayfinding information available in multiple languages. Touchscreen pylons, kiosks with printers, and digital apps give visitors customized directions from their homes, or within the Medical Center, to their final destination.

Firm: Two Twelve
Principal-in-charge: Ann Harakawa
Creative Directors: Laura Varacchi, Anna Sharp
Photo: James Shanks

NYU LANGONE MEDICAL CENTER

Wayfinding & Communications

signage, print, & digital

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Photo: James Shanks

NYU LANGONE MEDICAL CENTER

Wayfinding & Communications

signage, print, & digital

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Photo: James Shanks

NYU LANGONE MEDICAL CENTER

Wayfinding & Communications

signage, print, & digital

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Photo: James Shanks

NYU LANGONE MEDICAL CENTER

Wayfinding & Communications

signage, print, & digital

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Photo: James Shanks

THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL

Wayfinding Program

signage

Widely regarded as one of the world’s best hospitals, Johns Hopkins sees 80,000 visitors daily throughout its 60-building campus. The opening of the new $1.1 billion Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center and the new Sheikh Zayed Tower led a major campus redevelopment effort. A comprehensive signage and wayfinding system was designed for the new clinical buildings which were connected to the existing historic campus.

Firm: Two Twelve
Design: Christopher King
Photo: Eduard Hueber/archphoto

THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL

Wayfinding Program

signage

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Photo: Eduard Hueber/archphoto

THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL

Wayfinding Program

signage

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Photo: Eduard Hueber/archphoto

THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL

Wayfinding Program

signage

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Photo: Eduard Hueber/archphoto

THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL

Wayfinding Program

signage

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Photo: Eduard Hueber/archphoto

CAREPOINT HEALTH

Hospital Wayfinding Program

signage

CarePoint Health needed to quickly promote its brand among its newly acquired hopsitals – Bayonne Medical Center, Christ Hospital, and Hoboken University Medical Center. A speedy, successful exterior branding effort led to the assignment of a unified wayfinding program for all three hospitals. The signage program, currently being implemented, includes modular signs for changeable content, custom brand identification signs and amentiy blades, and painted wall graphics. The new wayfinding is a consistent thread of the patient experience at each hopsital.

CAREPOINT HEALTH

Hospital Wayfinding Program

signage

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CAREPOINT HEALTH

Hospital Wayfinding Program

signage

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CAREPOINT HEALTH

Hospital Wayfinding Program

signage

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CAREPOINT HEALTH

Hospital Wayfinding Program

signage

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