Pereyaslav-Khmelnytsky street plates design

Overview   Process   Real Life  

Task: to create beautiful street plates.

Pereyaslav-Khmelnytsky is a small cozy town in the Kiev region with population of 30 000 and a rich history. Thanks to its abundant historic monuments and landmarks it is recognized as a museum city. On request of the city administration and Gorodskie Idei advocacy group street and house plates for Pereyaslav-Khmelnytsky were created at the studio.

Plates with street names in Ukrainian and English, 800×200 mm (31,5″×7,9″)

The plates were handmade at a Dutch factory using 1,5 mm (1/16″) steel coated with durable enamel. They were made slightly convex to give them a nice visual volume.

House number plates, 300×200 mm (11,8″×7,9″). The coating is made strong by sequential baking of individual layers of colored enamel at  800 °C (1472 °F)
A plate in section

Mikhail Sikorsky—Ukranian national hero, founder of many of Pereyaslav’s museums—lived on Kovalskaya ul. 8a. Special colored plates were used to distinguish his house.

An important address

Release date: May 14 2013

Cast:

art director
Artemy Lebedev
designers
Roman Sumtsov
Iskander Mukhamadeev
illustrator
Lizaveta Romantsova
typesetter
David Minasyan
editors
Maksim Stupenko
Katerina Andreeva
project managers
Andrey Dyakov
Anna Kovalevskaya
sponsor
Laptop Screen

Typeface: Direct


A small guidebook presents all the rules for placing plates on various facades.

Opening on simple and complex cases of installation



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