Wayfinding: People, Signs, and Architecture

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Focus Strategic Communications, 2002 - Architectural design - 238 pages
'Wayfinding: People, Signs and Architecture', has been reissued as a special, limited edition to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the original publication by McGraw-Hill and the death in 2001 of co-author Paul Arthur. Authors Paul Arthur and Romedi Passini coined the terms 'signage' and 'wayfinding', the use of pictograms, words, colours, and architecture to help people find their way quickly and easily in a built environment. The book has become a standard on the subject for graphic designers and architects world-wide. This attractive, hard cover collectors' edition contains several hundred illustrations.

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