Just saw this post at Enviromeant.
Great signage design, the branding at the main entrance is created with individual three-dimensional letters mounted on poles that make up the Guardian and Observer logotypes. The freestanding letters are arranged to create a visual effect which changes depending on your viewpoint. Meeting room manifestations contain a series of word pairings taken from CP Scott’s 1921 essay ‘A Hundred Years’. The words express ‘plurality of opinion’ and create a layering effect when the sliding doors are opened against the static glazed panels.
Text and photography copyright of Cartlidge Levene.