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Sheremetyevo Airport maps

Overview   Process  

Task: to create airport maps.

The growing infrastructure and the increase in passenger flow at the largest airport in Russia required an update of the airport’s navigation. New maps based on common principles and unified design were created at the studio. The maps will be placed on information boards, printed in inflight magazines and published on the official airport website.

South Terminal Complex (Terminals D, E and F)

Guides for transfer passengers are marked right on the terminal complex map, not on a separate map as before.

Release date: February 17 2014

Cast:

art director
Artemy Lebedev
secret adviser
Ludwig Bistronovsky
designers
Vsevolod Varfolomeev
Oleg Pshenichnyy
technologists
Aleksandr Ischenko
Denis Zarubin
technical writer
Ilya Brovkin
editors
Katerina Andreeva
Aleksandr Nosikov
content manager
Anna Rybakova
project managers
Petr Afanasev
Andrey Gundyrev
Artur Pecherin
Complex transitions between floors are made clear
Information is given both in Russian and in English

Zones are separated by orange checkpoint fences. Pictograms of border checkpoints and boarding gate numbers are made large and bright for better legibility.

Icons are divided into groups. Airport services are colored orange, supplementary services are colored dark blue, and pharmacy icons are green.

Pictograms

Stairs, escalators, elevators, departure boards and baggage claim areas are marked with 3D images of the objects.

Clarity, volume, visibility

Individual maps were created for arrival areas. A common area plan was developed for Terminal C, where arrival and departure areas are combined.

Arrivals area in Terminals D and F    Arrivals area in Terminal E    Terminal C   

The overview map shows the location of the terminals and other airport buildings, as well as nearby roads, parkings and hotels.

Sheremetyevo in full view

The maps were adapted to the current website and supplemented by an interactive legend.

Each floor can be seen in detail



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