Moscow navigation stands (concept)

Overview   Process  

Task: to improve city navigation.

An entirely new way of city navigation was developed at the studio. A transparent information board acts as a navigation stand.

The upper plastic element holds an LED strip light

 

The housing is made of hollow steel sections coated with powder paint

The frontal panel contains location reference


Navigation stands help pedestrians navigate the surrounding city objects. All they need to do is find a hint on the panel, look at the cylinder at the right angle, and the appropriate object will be easily seen.




Inside the hardened glass panel are cylinders pointed at various objects that can be seen from where the stand is located: landmarks, Metro entrances or public toilets.

Release date: April 16 2012

Cast:

artistic director and designer
Artemy Lebedev
art director
Timur Burbaev
designer
Fil Braun
industrial designers
Benoit Patoureaux
Anna Hufnagel
Tatyana Scherbakova
modeler
Aleksandr Pozdeev
illustrator
Masha Menshikova
typesetter
Ivan Petrov
visualizers
Filipp Gorbachev
Ilya Mikhaylov

All Russian texts are also given in English


Glued-in insert as a cheaper assembly option



Spider assembly



Hidden assembly unit



In newly developed areas we recommend installing a single pole stand with larger screens: it is easier to manufacture and blends into the modern landscape better.

Twin panels increase information density of each stand




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