With about 220 rooms spread over 2 floors, the aim of this project was to create a guidance system that shows how architecture & signage can harmonize with each other, support each other & how one benefits from the other.
The SkyAngle facility has been designed as a part of the Bahnstadt Project in the heart of the city of Heidelberg in 2019 by architects group Fischer Architekten GmbH from Mannheim, Germany.
The cubic 3 dimensional design with shifted levels creates a play of light & shade where brightness and darkness are accented and lead to an even more graphically & iconic structure.
The shape asymmetry of the floor plans reflects the 3 dimensional idea & inspires to create & expand multi-layered cubic shapes.
50 different icons have been created based on the floor plan shape & are engraved on ultra mattes plates. The orange line on each board is hand colored.
The color palette chosen for this identity also promotes the encounter between the past & the present.