Georgia Institute of Technology / J.S. Coon Building
Wayfinding strategy and signage design
Jova Daniels Busby was the selected architect for the $9.1-million renovation of the J.S. Coon Building. The approved design transformed the early 20th-century building into a 21st-century home for students, faculty, and staff at Georgia Tech’s School of Psychology.
Jones Worley was asked to plan and design a comprehensive wayfinding and signage program for the renovation, which consisted of an 11,000-square-foot addition and a 4,200-square-foot mezzanine. The signage program addressed ADA concerns and focused on maintaining and incorporating some of the original architectural features of the building, one of the most historic on campus.
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Other similar projects: Emory University, GA; Georgia State University, GA; UNC Chapel Hill, NC
Also at Georgia Tech: Acuity Brands Plaza Donor Recognition, Ajax Interpretive Graphic Monument, Robert A. Anclien Gate Donor Signage
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