Countless possibilities for placement and function

December 4 / Graphics

Graphics can be placed on various materials in the library and function in various ways

Graphics are a fun way to combine décor with navigation. Because of their visual nature, graphics can be easily understood by both adults and children and provide you with countless possibilities when designing a library.

Floor graphics are an interesting and often unexpected way to tell visitors what to do or where to go. Graphics can also be placed on glass walls and partitions surrounding offices and conference rooms in order to create a degree of privacy without completely closing the areas off. Custom-made graphics are ideal for placing on shelving or end panels where they can tell a little story and help create and demarcate specific zones. The right graphics will resonate with certain audiences and will communicate which books are where without even having to use text.

Hjørring Public Library, Denmark
Grenoble Public Library, France
Craigmillar Public Library, United Kingdom

A visual and vibrant way to help people navigate the library

November 23 / Graphics

Stockton Public Library, United Kingdom

Graphics are a great way to visually guide people through the library

The beauty of graphics is that they are easily and intuitively understood by both children and adults. The possibilities are endless – from wayfinding signs to shelf labels; wall visuals to directory signage - well-designed and thought-out graphics can create a visual impact and give a library the wow factor that turns it from boring to captivating.