HVA WAYFINDING

Client: Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (HvA)

For this project I had to design diagrams of two buildings on the Amstel Campus in Amsterdam. The first diagram is designed to guide a visitor on a specific path through the Muller-Lulofshuis (MLH).
The second diagram is designed to guide visitors of the open days at the university to the correct classrooms for the different courses in the Theo Thijssenhuis (TTH).

01 MLH: Overview
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02 MLH: The entrance + start route
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03 MLH: First point of interest
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04 MLH: Second point of interest
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05 MLH: Final steps to destination
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06 TTH: Overview open day
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07 TTH: Detail of room numbers
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08 TTH: Detail of passage to another building
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As you can see there's a stylistic difference between the two diagrams. First of all it's because of the different functions both diagrams have, this of course impacts the content quite a lot.
Also: the first diagram was a 'free' project, which allowed for own interpretations. The second diagram was for official purposes and thus needed to follow all the established visual guidelines.